United Way of Albany County

2022 Campaign Greetings

Dear Friend,
We are honored to be the United Way of Albany County 2022 Campaign Chairs. We believe strongly in
supporting the people in the communities where we live and work. Every year United Way of Albany
County partners with over 70 local businesses and 800 community donors to support nonprofits
improving the health, education, and financial stability of the residents of our county. This fall of 2022,
we invite you to join us in supporting United Way of Albany County. Whether giving time or money, no
matter the amount, together we can help create better lives for so many of our neighbors in need.

Together we can:
Create strong starts for children. Resources like Laramie Head Start, Big Brothers Big Sisters, and
Developmental Preschool and Daycare ensure that all kids receive high-quality education and the tools
necessary for their development. Over 800 Albany County children received support from United Way
partner agencies.

Provide safe affordable homes and warm meals. Programs like Albany County SAFE, Family Promise,
Laramie Soup Kitchen, and Laramie Interfaith provide support to those most in need. Last year over
3,000 individuals received shelter or free healthy food in Albany County.

Give more adults educational support and community connections. Resources like My Front Door,
Eppson Center for Seniors, and Wyoming 211 assisted over 2,000 individuals in furthering their careers,
becoming homeowners, and connecting to services. All helped make our local economy stronger.

Improve health care access. Programs like Ark Regional Services, Downtown Clinic, Hospice of
Laramie, and Laramie Reproductive Health provided over 2,000 residents with connections to critical
health services and care. Every person in our community should have access to what they need to have
a stable, healthy life—not just to survive, but to thrive.

Here in Albany County, we take community-building seriously, with a hyper-local focus on improving
education, financial stability, and health. United Way helps people invest in local solutions, bringing
people together — through charitable giving, volunteerism, and public policy advocacy — to make life
better for our neighbors.

Together, we can build a stronger community, and a better future for our children. Together, we can
LIVE UNITED. Join us today.

With Gratitude,

Ed Seidel & Gabrielle Allen
University of Wyoming President Edward Seidel, Ph.D. & Gabrielle Allen, Ph.D

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