For Immediate Release
Date: September 23, 2015
The City of Savannah will kick off its 2015 United Way Campaign with a pep rally in the City Hall Rotunda, 2 East Bay Street, this Friday, September 25, at 10 a.m. Mayor Edna B. Jackson, City Manager Stephanie Cutter, United Way CEO Greg Schroeder and the 2015 Campaign Chair Toby Moreau will join City staff and United Way Agency representatives for the Campaign Kick-off.
The City of Savannah as a workforce has historically contributed more to the United Way Campaign than any other municipality in Georgia, according to United Way officials. This year's goal for City of Savannah employees will be announced during the Kickoff.
The United Way of the Coastal Empire is celebrating 77 years of improving lives in our community this year. They provide funds for more than 100 human service programs, representing 54 non-profit organizations in a four-county service area. The United Way of the Coastal Empire’s target goal for 2015 has been set at $9,000,000.