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United Way of Door County looks for its final push

You have until 11:59 p.m. on January 7th to submit your pledges to the United Way of Door County for its current annual campaign. The organization was at around 90 percent of its $825,000 goal at the end of Thursday. From helping residents increase their financial literacy and teens feel empowered through their art to work keeping area food pantries well-stocked and children well-read, the United Way of Door County hopes to support more than 30 different initiatives in the coming year. Executive Director Amy Kohnle said during her Monday update that while inflation impacts us all, it can affect the area’s Asset-Limited, Income-Constrained Employed (ALICE) population even more.

To donate, you go online, call with a credit card number, or throw a check in the mail before midnight on Saturday to help the United Way of Door County reach its goal. Kohnle hopes to deliver the final numbers of their annual campaign on Tuesday afternoon.

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