United Way of Clallam County kicks off 2020 campaign

United Way of Clallam County’s 2020 Annual Campaign got underway on Sept. 11, as residents from Sequim to Forks participated in volunteer efforts that ranged from trash cleanups to writing letters for the elderly.

The kickoff marks the start of United Way’s annual fundraising effort and was also celebrated in collaboration with Day of Caring and Sequim Restaurant Days.

United Way of Clallam County partners with local nonprofits who offer the best available programs and services that improve situations for families and strengthen the community.

Donations to United Way in 2019 totaled $622,700.

Donations can be directed towards a specific nonprofit or placed in the community fund.

For more information about United Way Partners and community impact programs or to donate online, visit www.unitedwayclallam.org. Donations can also be mailed to: PO Box 937, Port Angeles WA 98362.

For more information, call 360-457-3011.

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