United Arts Council exceeds goal

GREENSBORO, N.C. – The United Arts Council of Greater Greensboro raised more than $1.6 million in its annual campaign to support the creative community in Greensboro, exceeding its goal of $1.42 million.

The campaign, chaired by Angie Orth, vice president for regional development and quality at Advanced Home Care, saw increases of $80,000 from foundations, more than $76,000 from corporate donors and more than $79,000 from individual donors.

The council “will continue to invest dollars, time and talents toward the goal of growing our creative community and moving Greensboro to a place of national recognition as a community rich in creative expression,” Orth says in a statement.

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