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We Have a #GivingTuesday Challenge—to Raise $10,000!
 
This challenge runs until midnight on December 2 (#GivingTuesday). The best part is, if we can raise $10,000, an anonymous donor will match what we raise… for a combined total of $20,000!
 
All money raised will go towards meeting the 2014-15 Monadnock United Way Campaign Goal of $2,106,234. This money will help the 49 programs administered by 26 partner agencies—and thousands of individuals across the Monadnock Region’s 36 towns.
 
Go to FirstGiving.com/MonadnockUnitedWay/MUW-GivingTuesday and start a team, join a team, or donate as an individual. Spread the word and tell your friends, your family, your neighbors, even your co-workers!
 
Help us meet this challenge and raise $10,000 plus a $10,000 match!
 
Thank you!!!
 
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Monadnock United Way Total at $1,147,547 or 55% of Goal 
 

Another strong week, and more impressive results from throughout the region have pushed the campaign total over the $1 million, reaching $1,147,547! Many companies are reporting increases over last year, including Keene Signworx, Harbor Lights Capital Partners, Antioch University New England, Jaffrey Rindge Middle School, Richardson Home Inspection, and Harrisville Designs. Campaigns at several larger companies, including Markem-Imaje, Monadnock Community Hospital, and Cheshire Medical Center/Dartmouth-Hitchcock Keene, are still underway but reporting positive results so far.

One of the keys for a successful campaign this year is connecting with the smaller businesses in the area. A few of those smaller businesses who are supporting the campaign this year are: Great Brook Veterinary Clinic in Antrim, Hal Grant Real Estate in Harrisville, Radar Marketing Group in Peterborough, and FirstTracks Marketing in Peterborough, plus many others.

Cameron Tease, Director of Resource Development for Monadnock United Way, emphasized… “Even though we are just over fifty-percent, the final fifty-percent is the tough part. As the campaign moves forward, smaller businesses and individuals will play an important role. We need everyone’s help to get us to our $2,106,234 goal.”

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COMMUNITY WELL-BEING REPORTS

Phase 1 Report:
Community Well-Being in the Monadnock Region

Phase 2 Report:
An Investment in Community Well-Being: Preparing Monadnock Area Children for the Future