Since 1945, our local United Way is an equal opportunity employer and strives to involve and serve all of the citizens throughout the Klamath Basin from all walks of life without regard to race, religion, national origin, disabilities, age, gender, or sexual orientation. Your United Way represents people helping people.
The 2021 United Way Community Campaign raised $502,400. The 2022 campaign goal has been set at $507,000 and will kick off on Thursday, September 8th. Thanks for your many years of support.
The 22nd Annual United Way Community Golf Challenge was held Saturday, September 10 at Harbor Links Golf Course. Todd Andres was the event chairman and Pacific Power served as the the Premier sponsor. The event raised $10,000. Thanks to the 72 golfers who played and contributed. Pictured is Debi Leighton (hole in one judge), Tommy Marcussen and bowing his head is Brandon Sha whose drive came within one foot of driving home a new Jeep from Lithia Dodge.
The 29th annual Klamath Country Volunteer of the Year event was a big success with 36 nominations received. Congratulations to Debbie Worch was selected as the 2022 Volunteer of the Year. To view the 2022 Klamath Country Volunteer of the Year publication showing all 36 nominees go to this link or the publication page. Finalists for Volunteer of the Year included Bell Riley, Alexis McGonigle, Nathan Elwood, Jamie Mangan, Rhonda Nyseth, Lorna Lou Harris, Sky Lakes Medical Center Volunteers, Bly Community Action Team, and the Henley High School Air Force JROTC.
2022 Community Campaign Goal $507,000
The United Way Community Campaign in 2021 exceeded its goal of $501,000 by raising and announcing $502,400 at its annual meeting. The 2022 campaign goal of $507,000 will kick off on September 8th. Jenine Stuedli with Caliber Home Loans will chair the campaign. To get involved please contact United Way at 541-882-5558.