United Way of South Wood and Adams Counties partners with area businesses, government, non-profit organizations and local school districts to conduct employee campaigns in the workplace. In addition to offering employees and easy, convenient way to support local programs in south Wood and Adams Counties, a United Way campaign is also a great way to help employees learn more about services and programs that are available to them, their families and friends.
Each year we hope to make the United Way campaign a success; if you are interested in donating to United Way of South Wood and Adams Counties, or would like to start a workplace campaign at your company, please email Stefanie Drexler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are not connected with a company campaign but would like to help, United Way offers a variety of ways to give back to the community. The quickest, easiest way is to make a financial contribution. You can give online by clicking HERE or you can print off a Pledge Form and mail in your gift. You can also choose to volunteer your time. For more information on the United Way Volunteer Center, click HERE.
When you choose to donate to United Way of South Wood and Adams Counties you could win $1,000 Sweepstakes! Donate $1.00 per week/$52.00 per year for 50 chances to win one of five $1,000 cash prizes –sponsored by five local organizations – increase you prior donation of $52.00 or more by $26.00 or more and double your chances to win! Thank you to our 2022 Sweepstakes Sponsors - Aspirus Health, Gundersen Moundview Hospital & Clinics, NextHome Partners, Prevail Bank, and Williams Plumbing & Heating.
United Way provides assistance to our most vulnerable populations – our friends, family or neighbors that are in need. Your help contribution makes that possible.
Thank you for LIVING UNITED!
The United Way of South Wood & Adams Counties annual campaign takes place from September 1 - October 31. The deadline to submit your donation or pledge form for Sweepstakes is 4:00pm on November 18, 2022.
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