United Way’s fundraising shortfall will mean 1,200 members of our community will not get the support they need.

Campaign Goal 66% may seem like a small amount, but another 6% towards United Way’s 2015 campaign will make a big difference for individuals in the community, 1,200 to be exact.

United Way’s campaign currently sits at a 6% shortfall. The total amount of funding this percentage represents is $60,000, and with this amount comes help for 1,200 people in Northumberland.

“The 2015 Campaign Goal is to improve 24,000 lives across Northumberland,” said Lynda Kay, United Way CEO. “This number is based on the growing needs for human and social services in our community, and United Way’s goal as an organization to adapt and improve more lives every year.”

“Your donation will make a difference. Your support will impact those who need it most,” said Paul Macklin, United Way Campaign Co-Chair. “United Way needs support from its community so that together we can make our community stronger.”