Greensboro United Way sets $11.3 million goal
After falling $500,000 short of its goal last year and $200,000 less than it had raised in 2009, United Way of Greater Greensboro has set a goal of $11.3 million this year, up 5 percent from the total it raised last year.
Greensboro United Way short of goal
United Way of Greater Greensboro expects its 2010 annual fund drive will raise roughly as much as its 2009 drive, falling about $300,000 short of its $11.2 million goal.
Guilford United Way drives at mid-point
Just over two months into their annual campaigns, United Way of Greater Greensboro has met half its goal and United Way of Greater High Point has met nearly two-thirds of its goal.
Greensboro United Way targets results
As United Way begins its annual fundraising campaign to support roughly 65 health-and-human-service programs at its 30 partner agencies, it is counting on results from those programs to persuade donors to dig deeper and give more in the face of a troubled economy and rising demand for services.
Greensboro United Way steps up fundraising
Faced with a decline in major gifts, and projecting it will collect a smaller share of donors’ pledges, United Way has cut costs and shifted spending to focus more staff on fundraising year-round.
Fund targets rising emergency needs
Operation Greensboro Cares has raised $374,000 through a special drive to raise funds to help address the rising demand for food and shelter.
Greensboro United Way taps new leader
United Way of Greater Greensboro has tapped Keith Barsuhn, a veteran United Way leader from Ohio, as president and CEO.