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United Way kicks off local change-making campaign

The impact of inflation continues to be felt by the local families served by the Livingston County United Way.  

In response, United Way has partnered with several local establishments to conduct a Round Up campaign.  Through October 15th, local establishments throughout the county will be offering a “Make Change in Your Hometown” campaign.

When a customer makes a purchase, the cashier will ask if they would like to donate a dollar or round up to support Livingston County United Way.

Community Partners for the Make Change in your Hometown Campaign:

 

Boomers Party Store in Brighton

Ore Creek Craft Cider in Pinckney

Uptown Coffee in Howell

Village Party Store in Hamburg

 

Additional “Make Change in your Hometown” locations will be released as the campaign continues throughout the year.  

 “We need your support as we help our neighbors and our community stay strong and healthy,” stated a press release. “Amazing things happen when we stand united.  If stopping by one of these wonderful community establishments in the next month is not possible, but you would like to donate, donating is easy.”

Go to www.lcunitedway.org and select the Donate button

Mail to 2980 Dorr Road, Brighton. 48116

2980 Dorr Road, Brighton, Michigan 48116

810-494-3000 · Fax 810-494-3004 · lcuw@lcunitedway.org

If you have questions or need more information, please reach out to Nicole Mandziuk at nmandziuk@lcunitedway.org

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