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The City of Pocatello’s employees have cracked open their wallets for the United Way of Southeastern Idaho.
Through the group’s annual campaign, employees donated $21,593. Workers were able to target their gift to an area of focus like “Health,” “Financial Stability,” “Education,” or “Cradle to Career Partnership.” Employees were also given the option to have the United Way forward on their donation to a specific 501 (c) 3 nonprofit or allow the United Way to send it to where the group identifies the greatest need.
“The kindness and generosity of my fellow City of Pocatello employees makes me proud to be a part of this organization,” said Kristy Heinz, Pocatello Regional Airport Administrative Assistant and Campaign Committee Member. “We feel very fortunate and honored to be able to again give this gift to our community to help our friends and neighbors.”
Since 2014, employees have pledged over $120,000 to the annual campaign.
Employees were able to make the donation as a one-time gift or through bi-weekly payroll deductions.