Mayor Greg Fischer and the Metro United Way first put out the call for volunteers and projects for those volunteers to work on late last year. Kelly Garvey with the United Way says she expected about 30 nonprofits to submit projects, and about 300 people to volunteer. But 64 projects were submitted and more than 700 volunteers signed up.
Although the Louisville Metro United Way’s annual fundraising campaign doesn’t wrap up until February, it’s holding a pep rally tomorrow to spur giving. WFPL’s Elizabeth Kramer reports. The rally starts at 7:45 a.m. on the Old Male High School campus on Brook Street. United Way president and CEO Joe Tolan says it’s a way to… Continue reading Metro United Way Holds Rally to Reenergize Campaign