United Way makes final push to attain goal


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GREENFIELD — After reaching essentially 99 percent of its fundraising goal this year, the United Way of Central Indiana’s Hancock County office is looking for a little nudge to get over the top by Friday.

The local office is $4,300 off its ambitious goal of $586,000, and though a handful of the county’s biggest employers have done a good part of the heavy lifting, local officials say now is when small donations can make a big difference.

“This is a chance for people who may have been planning on making a donation but just didn’t get around to it to help us make our goal,” said Paula Jarrett, Hancock County Area director for United Way of Central Indiana.

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