How would you like to win a $50 gift card and help your community at the same time?

Sounds like a win-win to me.

Here's the deal The United Way of Kennebec Valley is putting together a 10 year plan to best serve the Kennebec Valley area and to do that they they need your help and input by filling in a brief survey about what is most important to you personally.

This will directly effect the lives of community members who work, play, and live in Southern Kennebec County. The deadline for taking this survey is June 15th.
Once you participate and complete the survey, you will be entered to win one of five $50 gift cards.

In addition to the community survey, The United Way of Kennebec Valley has held several community conversations as well that allowed people to share hopes and needs for future.

The true beauty of this survey is that it is done by the community, for the community. It will contribute a direct impact of how The United Way of Kennebec Valley addresses and helps fill the needs the community has
.
Thank you in advance for your participation.

CLICK HERE to fill out the community survey.

Remember the deadline is June 15th!


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