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Guest editorial: Jimmy Hill, President and CEO of River Region United Way

(Source: WSFA 12 News) (Source: WSFA 12 News)
MONTGOMERY, AL -

The River Region United Way works to help make life better for EVERYONE in our communities.

In fact, we directly impact the lives of nearly 135,000 people in our River Region each year - that's 1 in 3 of your neighbors!

We work hard to ensure that every child has a quality education, that every family has a stable income and that all our neighbors can enjoy good health. 

But we need your help.

After Thanksgiving and Black Friday comes a special day known as "Giving Tuesday."

On Nov. 29, we will be one of thousands of nonprofits globally who will kick off the holiday giving season  with a special one-day, online giving event.

Please support us by making your gift securely online at RiverRegionUnitedWay.org/GivingTuesday.

When you make a donation, you make a difference through the River Region United Way. 

Thank you.

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