LCCC Flips for United Way

LCCC Flips for United Way

 

Lorain County Community College Flips for the United Way is one way our faculty and staff support an organization that helps so many others.

The United Way of Greater Lorain County builds a strong, supportive Community by raising and distributing funds to meet human service needs.  In doing so, it establishes partnerships that focus on collaborative problem-solving, capacity building and high accountability standards for ourselves, our agencies and our community.

United Way of Greater Lorain County is the leading organization for assessing, prioritizing and funding human service needs.

United Way works with 27 health and human service organizations, serving thousands each year – including our own LCCC students.  The United Way and LCCC partnership is a natural.

This year, marks the fifth year LCCC has held the “Flips” campaign.  Lorain County Community College faculty and staff raised over $100,000 in the first four campaigns and hope to give an additional $30,000 in 2009-2010. 

If you would like to give to the United Way of Greater Lorain County please log onto www.loraincountyunitedway.org/give

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