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Chardon Healing Fund c/o United Way Services of Geauga County

CHARDON, OH (WOIO) -

The United Way announced Friday that there are two additional ways that donations can be made to the victims of the tragedy in Chardon.

text2give will allow donors to give instantly to the Chardon Healing Fund with a simple text message through AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and Verizon carrier services. Simply text CHARDON to 85944 and a $10 donation will be made and charged to you on you billing statement.


Additionally, you may visit our website at www.uwsgc.org to donate on line by clicking on the Chardon Hilltoppers commemorative ribbon.

And don't forget you can always donate at any PNC Bank or drop off/mail to:

United Way
209 Center St. Unit H
Chardon, OH

Your generosity and prayers are truly holding up this community as we try to cope with this tragedy and experience this healing process.

 

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