Clinton County United Way receives $2,500 grant
LOCK HAVEN — The Clinton County United Way has received a $2,500 grant from Highmark Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Pennsylvania.
This money will be used to further the mission of the Clinton County United Way and fund 14 local partner agencies who have a direct impact on the residents of Clinton County, according to a news release.
The mission of the Clinton County United Way is to help improve the lives of the county’s residents through their health, education, and improving their financial stability.
“What a wonderful way to start 2020,” said United Way Executive Director Ben Green, according to the news release. “Receiving this grant will go a long way in reaching our campaign goal this year and we’re incredibly thankful to Highmark for being so generous. We’ll be so pleased to allocate this money to our partner agencies that do so much to make Clinton County a great place to live and work.”
For more information about the United Way’s mission, visit the United Way’s website, www.clintoncountyunitedway.org.