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2015 Honorary Campaign Chair Announced

The Fond du Lac Area United Way has announced that Brenner Tank and Society Insurance will serve as co-Pacesetters for the 2015 United Way fundraising campaign. These companies will lead the effort to reach United Way's 2015 goal of $756,000. This represents a one percent increase over last year's goal. 

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Executive Director to Retire From Workforce

After ten years of raising money to help the needs of families and individuals living in the Fond du Lac area, Tina Potter is retiring as Executive Director of the Fond du Lac Area United Way.

Join us as we celebrate her retirement on Tuesday, August 25.

Retirement Reception invitation and press release.

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2015 Honorary Campaign Chair Announced

The Fond du Lac Area United Way announces David Hodorff as its 2015 Honorary Campaign Chair. Hodorff is a lifelong Fond du Lac resident. He serves as Vice President of Operations for Wabash National's Tank Trailer Division which encompasses five manufacturing facilities across North America, including Brenner Tank in Fond du Lac. He follows Kevin Lichtenberg, who served in the position during the 2014 community campaign. 

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"United Way makes it really easy to give and only a little money from each of my paychecks goes a long way in helping serve people in my community." 

- Lydell Brown, Holiday Automotive

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When Susie wanted to join Girls Scouts, like all the other girls in her third grade class, the United Way was there to fund programming, transportation and access to a troop leader who has become a vital part of Susie's world and socialization, integrating and collaborating with other girls her own age, from different neighborhoods, has opened a new world for Susie that might not have been possible without United Way funding. See that Susie continues to get the support she needs.

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