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United Way

Now, you can participate in your workplace United Way program, while also supporting ABILITY Awareness!

Designating ABILITY Awareness as the recipient of your United Way campaign gifts allows you to participate with your co-workers to achieve goals set by your company while you get the added assurance that your dollars will be used to fund a charity important to you.

Most workplace campaigns take pledges in the last quarter of each year and offer variable payment methods. Usually, you are allowed to take out small amounts of money from your paycheck each month to fulfill your pledge. For example, writing a single check for $300.00 may be a strain on your budget. But that same contribution, spread out over twelve months as a monthly $25 payroll deduction, may not be as difficult.

To designate your contribution to ABILITY Awareness, all you have to do is write in our organization's name and address in the appropriate section on your giving form. Your United Way Campaign Coordinator can assist you.

If your workplace has a giving program or you would like to inquire about other ways your company can help ABILITY Awareness, please contact us at Giving[at]ABILITYawareness.org

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