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Mitchell United Way application deadline for new agencies set

David Stevens, Executive Director of the Mitchell United Way, would like to remind any 501(c) (3) Tax Exempt Organizations that are not currently a United Way approved agency need to have their applications completed and returned to the United Wa...

David Stevens, Executive Director of the Mitchell United Way, would like to remind any 501(c) (3) Tax Exempt Organizations that are not currently a United Way approved agency need to have their applications completed and returned to the United Way office located at 417 N. Main St., Suite #103, no later than Friday, April 29.

If any new organization is interested in making an application to the Mitchell United Way they can do so by contacting Dave at 996-3915 or download an application form and guidelines from www.mitchellunitedway.org/official-forms.html. Any organization applying for 2017 funding must meet the criteria before it can be considered as a qualified participant under the Mitchell United Way. These qualifications are explained in detail with the application forms.

Agencies who are currently receiving funding from the Mitchell United Way have an application deadline of May 27, 2016.

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