The United Way of Greater Chattanooga has surpassed more than one-third of its $12 million stretch goal in its 2012 campaign.
As of Tuesday, the organization had collected $4.5 million, officials said.
“This has been a whirlwind campaign year,” campaign Chairwoman Alison Lebovitz said. “We want everyone to know how involved and vital United Way is ... and we’ve worked hard to help people understand the cumulative effect of both this work and United Way’s investment in our communities.”
The local organization set a two-tiered objective at its August kickoff — an $11.6 million target goal and the $12 stretch goal. It has satisfied its goal for 90 straight years.
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Of campaigns that have reported, Girls Preparatory School, Brightbridge Inc., Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce, Hunter Museum of American Art, Alexian Brothers Senior Neighbors, Chattanooga Room in the Inn, Girls Inc., Girl Scout Council of the Southern Appalachians, Jewish Federation of Greater Chattanooga, Signal Centers, the state of Tennessee, EPB, FSG Bank, WDSI-TV/Fox 61, The Raines Group, The Vincit Group and Arcade Marketing all have increased their individual campaigns by 10 percent or more.
Individuals or businesses interested in donating or holding a campaign can call 752-0370 or visit www.LiveUnitedChattanooga.org.
For information about the campaign, call Brent Taylor at 423-752-0310.
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