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United Way allocates money to local agencies

March 25, 2003

United Way of Washington County's 21 member agencies will receive about $1.16 million of the more than $1.6 million in contributions to the 2002 fall giving campaign. Donors designated about $225,500 to specific local agencies.

More than $61,000 in campaign contributions has yet to be allocated to specific agencies. Those funds will be divvied out to help fund high-performing programs based on program results submitted to United Way, said James Taylor, the agency's executive director.

Allocations thus far include:

  • Alzheimer's Association, $13,279.31

  • American Red Cross, $106,877.83

  • Big Brothers/Big Sisters, $48,527.26

  • Boy Scouts of America, $91,618.80

  • Boys and Girls Club, $141,308.02

  • CASA Inc., $120,445.14

  • Catholic Charities, $61,175.41

  • Commission on Aging, $36,047.13

  • Community Action Council, $28,157.62

  • Community Free Clinic, $39,256.62

  • Food Resources Inc., $27,795.17

  • Girl Scouts, Shawnee Council, $46,180.46

  • Girls Inc., $123,448.97

  • Hagerstown Day Nursery, $6,334.23

  • Horizon Goodwill Industries, $28,160.97

  • Hospice of Washington County, $49,167.38

  • Interfaith Service Coalition, $18,305.15

  • Memorial Recreation Center, $20,675.67

  • Parent Child Center, $16,012.33

  • W House, $23,620.44

  • Hagerstown YMCA, $51,292.23


The remainder of donations from the fall 2002 campaign will cover administrative, fund-raising and program costs, and allocations to charities in other areas as designated by donors.

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United Way officials estimate that about $97,000 worth of funds pledged will not be collected.

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