United Way Raises Thermometer To $141,000

From left, Steve Boerigter, SOC Community and Economic Division Director Liddie Martinez, SOC General Manager Jack Killeen and United Way Executive Director Kristy Ortega gather Tuesday morning in front of the Los Alamos Post Office to raise the Community Action Fund thermometer to $141,000. Photo by Chris Clark/ladailypost.com

UWNNM News:

SOC General Manager Jack Killeen and SOC’s Community and Economic Division Director Liddie Martinez joined United Way of Northern New Mexico Board President Steve Boerigter and Executive Director Kristy Ortega Tuesday at the Los Alamos Post Office to raise the Community Action Fund Thermometer.  

SOC has supported UWNNM since arriving in 1998 and has invested nearly $300,000 to the United Way and Community Action Fund.  

The Community Action Fund thermometer measures the amount of funds requested by nonprofits in the past funding cycle and what United Way has raised. Investments that come from Cornerstone companies such as SOC, cover the cost of doing business for United Way of Northern New Mexico. This allows all investments into the Community Action Fund to go to programs and service directly helping the community.

The United Way thanks SOC and its other Cornerstone Companies who make this possible. s that come from Cornerstone Companies such a SOC, cover the cost of doing business for United Way of Northern New Mexico. This allows all investments into the Community Action Fund to go to programs and service directly helping the community.

The United Way thanks SOC and its other Cornerstone Companies who make this possible. 

The UWNNM annual fundraising campaign kicked off Sept. 16 with this year’s Campaign Chair Troy Hughes.

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