Last week it was announced that, through the incredible outpouring of support from the local Jefferson County community, the United Way of Jefferson County has reached its annual fundraising goal of $440,000. This means that 21 Jefferson County chartitable organizations will be receiving the assistance they need from United Way to help fund programs for food, clothing and youth programs in the area. This amazing feat was accomplished through the help of donations, volunteers and fundraising efforts of members of the United Way's Board of Directors. Even though the Ohio Valley has been hit with tough economic times like the rest of the country and many people are in dire need of assistance, the support United Way has experienced from the people of Jefferson County show the extent of the strong spirit of compassion that flows through their veins. We should all be proud.
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Tommy blogs about West Virginia real estate as well as market trends, buying and selling real estate and local happenings in Jefferson County, Berkeley County, Morgan County, Hampshire County, Harpers Ferry, Charles Town, Ranson, Martinsburg, Shepardstown, Hedgesville, Berkeley Springs and Inwood.