ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT!
The United Way of Salem County holds an Annual Golf
Tournament every year in the Fall (September) to raise
funds to support it's mission of building a better and
stronger Salem County.
This is a wonderful day of great golf, fabulous prizes,
marvelous food, and wonderful people! Keep and eye out
for our registration form and brochure and don't forget,
sponsorships are available! For more information give us
a call or send us and email.
Thank you to all those whom have continued to support
this event and we look forward to seeing you all out on
this course again this year!
during the fall the United Way
and its partner begin to gear up for the Holiday Giving
Network program which takes place in December. This program is design to assist those
who need help around the holidays.
Like last year we will once again be
taking donations of toys, games, food, money. You will see
the collection bins out in various place including: banks,
companies, and offices.
If you would like to help please
contact the United Way at
(856) 935-2538 or email
United Way, in partnership with NJ Surplus Food, distributes
commodity foods once a month at First Presbyterian Church in
Salem. The dates for the year (2011) are as follows:
December - by
The United Way is working with the
Sheriff's Department to Inspect and/or install car seats for
children at locations throughout Salem County. If you need to have
a seat inspected or are in need of a car seat, contact the United Way
for an appointment. Remember, you will be fined if your child
is not in a car seat.
Call for Appointments and Location!
The United Way of Salem County recognized Johnson Society
Leadership contributors during a wine tasting reception held
on October 5, 2006, that was hosted by Mike and Suzanne Cook
at Port Royal Antiques in Salem. Over 50 people attended
the annual event which honors those individuals who have
made a contribution of $1,000 or more. Community members
have shown support of the United Way and the services
provided by agencies in Salem County by their generous