Chatham Marketplace Selects United Way as December Round Up Campaign Beneficiary
Chatham Marketplace has selected the United Way of Chatham County as its December beneficiary of its monthly Round Up campaign. Chatham Marketplace clients will be given the option to round up their total to the next dollar, or, to round up even more in any amount they wish. One hundred percent of all Round Up funds will be distributed to United Way’s agencies and will stay in Chatham County.
Evan Diamond, Chatham Marketplace General Manager, said Chatham Marketplace is committed to advancing the well-being of each community member and serving as a community hub, and their Round Up campaign is an easy and effective way to serve and keep the community strong.
“United Way lifts our community up out of poverty and that certainly improves the well-being of those impacted,” he said of United Way of Chatham County.
Focusing on education, health, financial stability and basic needs, United Way works to create an environment of opportunity where thousands of families in our communities can have a chance for a better life.
“We are very thankful for the support that United Way receives from Chatham Marketplace,” said Katie Childs, Interim Executive Director for the United Way of Chatham County. “With every dollar raised, they are engaging employees and customers in our important work to make sure the people who need help the most receive it during this unprecedented time.”
Chatham Marketplace is a co-operative business owned entirely by members of the community. In 2020 Chatham Marketplace has raised around $10,000 for area nonprofits. Chatham Marketplace is located in Chatham Mills, 480 Hillsboro St, Pittsboro, NC 27312. For more information about Chatham Marketplace, visit https://www.chathammarketplace.coop/.
Fore more information on the United Way of Chatham County and the agencies it serves, visit https://www.unitedwayofchathamcounty.org.