United Way of McLeod County Board President Dave Schwedler announced today that the regional non-profit will partner with 40 programs in 2015. The organization recently completed its Community Investment Review for the 2015 funding cycle.
“Upon completing the work of our annual volunteer-led Community Investment Review, we are confident that the UWMC will again partner with outstanding programs in 2015,” said Schwedler. “These agencies represent a cross-section of funded programs servicing McLeod County in emergency and basic needs, health and human services, child development and community development.”
“On behalf of the UWMC board of directors and staff, I want to thank the 30 community volunteers and the 50 agency representatives that participated in the Community Investment Review last week,” said Executive Director Paul Thompson. “Annually we see the dedication and professionalism of the agency staff members that present their programs and the sense of community shown by the county-wide volunteers during the interview process.” Read the rest of this entry »