United Way receives JRMC Foundation award
Jamestown United Way was recently presented with the Jamestown Regional Medical Center Foundation Community Difference award for the second year in a row.
“JRMC Foundation is grateful for its Community Difference Partners that transform health care for our community,” said Lisa Jackson, foundation director. “United Way makes our Sexual Assault Nursing Educator program possible. Nurses are specially trained to care for survivors of sexual assault.”
Jamestown United Way said it’s grateful to be the recipient of this certificate and to continue to be a community partner with the JRMC Foundation and other area organizations.
“It is a pleasure to be able to be a community difference to help JRMC Foundation it help give back to our community,” said Katie Mittleider, board president.
Support for the Jamestown United Way goes to Stutsman County agencies and other special projects and Venture Grant recipients.
Jamestown United Way, which is United Way of Stutsman County, is part of United Way Worldwide. Its mission is to improve lives by mobilizing the caring power of communities around the world to advance the common good. Ninety-nine percent of all funds raised stays within Stutsman County. The local agencies supported are: Alano Society, Boy Scouts – Northern Lights, Camp Rokiwan, Child Care Aware, Community Corrections, Girl Scouts – Dakota Horizons, Imagination Library, James River Transit, MOST/21st Cen. After School, PATH, Safe Shelter, Salvation Army, SANE/SART, Senior Companion Program and The Arts Center.
For additional information, contact United Way Executive Director Karla Bachmeier at email@example.com or call 701-952-UWAY (8929).