Support helps Peninsula Live United

On Behalf of the Kenai Peninsula United Way, I would like to thank Conoco Phillips, Central Peninsula Hospital, Peninsula Clarion, Tesoro, Stanly Chrysler, South Peninsula Hospital, 1st National Bank Alaska, BP Exploration, Wells Fargo, Alyeska Pipeline Service Company, Cities of Kenai & Soldotna, Blazy Construction, Ninilchik Senior Center, Anchor Point Senior Center, Sterling Senior Center and many other individuals and businesses on the Kenai Peninsula for your continued support of our efforts to make the Kenai Peninsula a better place to live and play.

United Way wants to advance the common good of all the Peninsula by focusing on education, income and health issues. We feel these are the essential building blocks that make people successful. United Way supports programs throughout the Peninsula that support domestic violence, active day cares for the elderly, services that grow healthy smart children, feed the hungry, help people with end of life care and much more.

The campaign for 2013 is set to end April 30, 2013, it’s not too late to show your support of Kenai Peninsula United Way’s effort to give, advocate or volunteer. All funds raised on behalf of Kenai Peninsula United Way supports agencies and people that live on the Peninsula. If your business would like to become a supporter of United Way or have questions please contact Lisa Roberts at email KPUW@ptialaska.net or call 907-283-9500.

On the Kenai Peninsula we like to Live United.

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