Thanks to all of the generous gifts from community minded individuals, investments from local organizations, and work of countless volunteers – United Way of New Mexico was able to raise the mercury on the Community Action Fund thermometer. Well it is actually a plastic sticker, but you get the idea. Investments in local non-profits through the Community Action Fund are momentarily at $255,000. Tuesday, November, 12th, Justin Dunn and Soumyo Lahiri-Gupta from the United Way Youth Team were joined by David Woodruff and J.C. Dugger from Zia Credit Union to move up the thermometer. United Way is almost at 25% of it fundraising goal for the year. Be part of helping a neighbor, helping a friend, and bettering your community.
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