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Monadnock United Way at 30% of Goal 
Keene, NH, October 2, 2014 – General Campaign Chair, John Round welcomed everyone to the Colony Mill, and to the first Report Meeting of the 2014-15 Campaign. John highlighted the fact that the Pacesetter companies, Leadership Giver results, and the Campaign Kickoff events in both Keene and Peterborough have produced a lot of early energy, now it is up to everyone to maintain that energy moving forward.
Division Chairs provided their status reports, followed by John announcing the amount raised so far is $634,644 or 30% of the $2,106,234 goal!
John stressed that this year is a building/rebuilding year. Significant changes are happening throughout the community and donor landscape, and we need to be prepared to make adjustments to keep up with those changes. He reminded everyone that this year’s goal is lower than last year’s goal, but it is still 5% more than what was raised last year! John is confident that “we can do better, all of us.”Speaking to the volunteers, John said “We need you to come and tell us what you need, what are your challenges, how can we help you. If we all work together, we can reach our goal.”



Monadnock United Way Kicks Off 2014-2015 Campaign 
The 2014-2015 Monadnock United Way Campaign officially kicked off on Thursday, September 11 in front of a standing room only crowd of volunteers, partner agencies, and community leaders at the Keene Country Club. John Round, General Campaign Chair, announced that early donations, and pledges from the Pacesetter companies and Leadership Givers have jump-started the campaign with $555,195, or 26% of this year’s $2,106,234 goal.

Then less than a week later, on Tuesday, September 16, Monadnock United Way hosted its second kickoff event at the The Village at RiverMead in Peterborough in front of another packed room. In Peterborough, Round announced that additional early donations of $13,150, increased the total raised-to-date to $568,345, or 27% of the goal!







Phase 1 Report:
Community Well-Being in the Monadnock Region

Phase 2 Report:
An Investment in Community Well-Being: Preparing Monadnock Area Children for the Future