(December 18, 2018)— During the month of October, faculty, staff, and students from Hagerstown Community College held a giving campaign to benefit the United Way of Washington County.
Between October 1 and October 31, $10,251 was collected or pledged to the United Way. These funds are used to benefit efforts to improve education, health, and financial stability in Washington County, as well as to provide basic needs to members of the community.
“I am really proud of our employees. They exceeded their goals for the HCC Foundation this year and the United Way,” said HCC President Jim Klauber. “I am proud to say that our employees give back to the community because they see the positive things that the United Way does in Washington County, which in many cases, directly benefits our students.”
To donate or learn more about United Way of Washington County, visit www.unitedwaywashcounty.org.
Photo Caption From left: Jennifer Knight, HCC executive director of human resources; HCC President Jim Klauber; Mark Weldon of United Way of Washington County; and Megan Curry, HCC human resources generalist.