of Warren County Celebrates Successful Campaign
United Way of Warren County held its 2013
annual meeting on Wednesday, March 20 at the Northeast Cincinnati Marriot in
Mason. Sponsored by Flynn and Company, the meeting provided an opportunity
to announce the organization’s 2012 campaign results and present awards to
key volunteers and supporters. Board member and Campaign Chair Dan Engen
announced to the crowd of 140 that the campaign total was $1,851,233, an
over $26,000 increase over the previous year. This was the second year in a
row United Way of Warren County has exceeded the campaign goal. Aaron Reid,
Executive Director, said, “Thanks to so many wonderful businesses,
organizations, and individual supporters, we have great momentum going. It
is an honor to serve such a wonderful and caring county that knows by
supporting United Way, we help make our communities better places for all.”
Reid also announced at the meeting that the organization has officially
changed its name from Warren County United Way to United Way of Warren
County and will be rolling out a new website this spring.
In addition to
announcing another successful campaign, the organization also handed out
awards to key supporters. The winners included:
Volunteer of the Year Award - Samantha Bolen
Volunteer of the Year Award -
Rick Delewski, Cincinnati
Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Leadership Award - Margaret Drexel, The Schueler Group of Companies
Neighbor Award - Warren County Career Center
Volunteer of the Year Award - Keith Oliver, The Kroger Company
Involvement Award - The Schueler Group of Companies
United Way of Warren County is a local independent nonprofit serving all of
Warren County. The organization’s mission is to improve lives by connecting
people, organizations and resources to meet the needs of the community.
United Way of Warren County currently supports 63 different non-profit
advancing education, income and health. For more information, visit
Picture caption: (L-R) At the United Way of Warren County
annual meeting on March 20, Aaron Reid, Executive Director of United Way of
Warren County, with Kelly Flynn and Rick Flynn of Flynn and Company,
celebrated the announcement of our local United Way exceeding it’s 2012 goal
and raising $1,851,233 to help people in need throughout Warren County.
Campaign - Lift Up Our Community
The 2012 Campaign surpassed its goal of $1.83
million by raising $1,851,233!
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Thank you to Warren County Career Center Digital Design seniors Kaitlyn
Matthey, Franklin; and Emma Williams, Franklin; and juniors Grady Hollowell,
Little Miami; and Steven Coriell, Little Miami, who produced the 2012 Warren
County United Way video. Also, thank you to Greg Beasley, the Warren
County Career Center Digital Design instructor, who oversaw the project.
Also, thank you to pro source for providing copies of the video on DVD
for our workplace campaigns.
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United Way is focused on the results: the lives we change and the communities we shape.