United Givers Fund in Dekalb County starts planning for fall campaign

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DEKALB COUNTY, Ala. - The United Givers Fund of Dekalb County held its fall, six-week campaign luncheon.  UGF provides to 10 different member agencies around Dekalb County.

 screen-shot-2016-09-21-at-4-59-51-pmThese member agencies are charitable groups that provide services from child development to care for the elderly to disaster relief.

 The United Givers Fund acts as an umbrella organization, raising money to give to these agencies.  The luncheon gave members and partners a chance to discuss the goals and budget for this fall's campaign.

"We've been able to raise more money than those agencies would be able to do on their own.  So it results in more funds, to spread across more agencies to provide more help, and to do more good," says Jeremy Taylor, president of the United Givers Fund of Dekalb County.

All of the money raised through UGF stays in Dekalb County to help the community.


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