UNION COUNTY, NJ – On Tuesday, November 28, 2017, United Way of Greater Union County will participate in #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving that follows Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday, encouraging generosity and philanthropy around the world.
United Way of Greater Union County, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, focuses on providing critical resources to children and families in need through greater Union County. The organization raises funds to support programs in the areas of education, income stability, health and family strengthening.
“Giving Tuesday appeals to the generosity of heart and focuses on those in need. There are so many in our community who struggle to maintain everyday necessities of life and we believe that this movement reminds people of the importance of giving back”, James Horne, President, and CEO of United Way of Greater Union County said.
To support United Way of Greater Union County, visit their website at www.uwguc.org/givingtuesday.
United Way of Greater Union County fights for the education, financial stability, health and family strengthening of residents in Union County, North Plainfield, and South Plainfield. Since 1969, United Way of Greater Union County has been working to improve the lives of the residents by working with nonprofit agencies, businesses, government officials, individuals, and volunteers to create positive lasting sustainable change in the community. Today, United Way is a preeminent community-based leader, partner, and investment choice in these communities, serving 40 non-profit agencies and four Family Success Centers in the county.