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United Way fundraising falls far short in Northwest Arkansas

By Doug Thompson

This article was published February 14, 2018 at 1:08 a.m.

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United Way in Northwest Arkansas provides money to 38 programs supporting children and families living in poverty, according to its statement. It operates a Gift In Kind Warehouse accessed by over 200 organizations in the community, maintains the 211 crisis line, coordinates the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance/Free Tax Service initiative and manages numerous volunteer projects including Live United Day and Fill The Bus.

Source: United Way

United Way of Northwest Arkansas' major fundraising campaign will fall $500,000 short of its $2.35 million goal, the Lowell-based charity announced Tuesday.

Areas of support

United Way in Northwest Arkansas provides money to 38 programs supporting children and families living in poverty, according to its statement. It operates a Gift In Kind Warehouse accessed by over 200 organizations in the community, maintains the 211 crisis line, coordinates the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance/Free Tax Service initiative and manages numerous volunteer projects including Live United Day and Fill The Bus.

Source: United Way

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