HURON — The United Way Heartland Region board of directors has finalized its budget and set its campaign goal for the 2018 campaign at $310,000.
Grant applications requesting $351,433 in funds were submitted for consideration.
The UWHR will be funding 31 agencies to support 38 different programs. In addition, the UWHR supports 13 community impact programs and projects, including the Heartland Region Backpack Program, The Dolly Parton Imagination Library, the Huron Youth Leadership Program, the Delta Dental Bus, Day of Caring, Day of Action, Hunger Games, MENtors Volunteer Program, Volunteer Connections and four Born Learning Trails in our community.
UWHR board members are Erica Woodbury, President; Stephanie Taylor, Vice President; Marlene Fullerton, Treasurer; Beth Foss, Secretary; Kristy Jungemann and Adam Fleischackker, Campaign Co-Chairs, Ralph Borkowski, LaRon Klock, Karen Allerdings, Sarah Nickels, Lauren Maurquardt, Tom Myers, Shawn Martin, Ryan Maxted, John Hott, Chet Coolbaugh, Carol Rowen, Dr. Elyse Brock, Dr. Magan Lewis, Karla Wiegel, Chris Nohr, Peggy Gibson, and student members, Quincee Goeller, Sylvia Kattner and Jamie Holforty.
The United Way campaign will begin in September.