United Way to hold town hall series to spark community conversations

united wayUnited Way of Greater Augusta will hold a series of town hall meetings throughout the month of September regarding critical issues in the community and the work being done to address them.

Beginning in Verona on Wednesday, September 2nd and running weekly in the communities of Staunton, Waynesboro, Craigsville, and Churchville, United Way will provide updates on household financial stability in the region, and specifically each neighborhood.

Information will be provided about the Financial Stability Center and how to gain access to services that already exist in the community.

United Way will also actively seek feedback from community members about services that do not exist locally that would help residents and their families become financially stable. The meetings are open to the public and will take place from 7:00 pm until 8:30pm.

See full schedule below:

  • September 2nd – Verona – Augusta County Government Center 18 Government CTR Ln, Verona – Board of Supervisors Chamber
  • September 9th – Staunton – Staunton City Hall 116 W. Beverly St., Staunton – City Council Chambers
  • September 16th – Waynesboro – Waynesboro City Hall 503 W. Main St., Waynesboro – City Council Chambers
  • September 23rd – Craigsville – Craigsville Town Hall 122 E. 1st St., Craigsville
  • September 29th – Churchville – Augusta County Library in Churchville 3714 Churchville Ave., Churchville

For more information, contact the United Way of Greater Augusta at 540-885-1229 or email paul.vaughan@unitedway.org.

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