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The United Way helps agencies like The Salvation Army and Community enCompass who are on the street level every day offering assistance to people with everything from food pantry needs, to housing assistance, clothing, neighborhood building, places for people to do their laundry and use a computer if they need one. Simply put...The United way relies on you to fund the activities they do to build community and help those who need a hand up. You can see...just the couple of agencies mentioned here help weave the fabric of stronger communities and a brighter future.
I was able to make it down to the Muskegon Farmers Market as the United Way Day of Caring was happening and I asked for a little different type setting for some points of view. I asked the United Way to find me three different points of view on the impact the United Way has and what the Day of Caring means to each of the guests. I met Eric Jepsen, Matt Kaley and Brandon Steury to learn more Take a listen to our interview below!
It's a lot of work and a lot of people that make the United Way of the Lakeshore the remarkable organization it is. They reach much deeper than the ALICE program and their work helps strengthen our community and others around the country. Your part in the help is contributing what you can. Be it time, talent or treasure an active role in the community is important for everyone. If you'd like to know more about the United Way of the Lakeshore, click on their logo below!
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