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Richland County United Givers

Richland County United Givers is currently holding its annual fundraising event. This years goal is $39,000 to help 26 different local organizations.

The advantages of giving to United Givers is that you are contacted only once rather than 26 separate times by the different organizations. The bulk of the money stays in Richland County to help its residents. Residents of the county benefit from these organizations. Members of the Richland County United Givers Board are volunteers, which means your donation goes entirely to the organizations it is helping.

This year's 26 organizations are: Boy Scouts Troop Pack 81, Catholic Charities, Cazenovia Ambulance, Epilepsy Foundation, Girl Scouts of Wisconsin-Badgerland Council, Friends of the Brewer Public Library, Kinship of Richland County, Lone Rock Rescue, Muscoda EMS, Ocooch Mountain Humane Society, Passages, Pine Valley Foundation, Richland Area Crimestoppers, Richland Community Food Pantry, Richland County Children & Family Advocacy Council, Richland County Health & Human Services Aging & Disability Resource Center, Richland County Health & Human Services Public Health, Richland County Friends of Animals, Riverway Community of Hope, Salvation Army, Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Schmitt Woodland Hills, Soul Kitchen, Symon's Recreation Complex, Western Richland County First Res ponders, and Wisconsin Badger Camp.

Donations for this years drive will be accepted through December 31st. Checks made out ot Richland County United Givers may be mailed to: Richland County United Givers, PO Box 228, Richland Center, WI, 53581. For more information about United Givers check out the webpage at rcunitedgivers.org.