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Reeves-Sain gives $2,500 to United Way

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Reeves-Sain gives $2,500 to United Way | Cindy Smith, Jason Greene, Reeves-Sain, Meagan Flippin, Carolyn Tumbleson, United Way, Rutherford, Cannon

From left, Cindy Smith and Jason Greene of Reeves-Sain donate a $2,500 check to Meagan Flippin and Carolyn Tumbleson of United Way of Rutherford and Cannon Counties. Photo submitted

This year, a portion of every flu shot given by Reeves-Sain was invested in the local community through the United Way of Rutherford and Cannon Counties. The final investment in the community was $2,500.

Jason Greene, Vice President of Retail Pharmacy at Reeves-Sain said, “We chose United Way of Rutherford and Cannon Counties as a community partner for this flu season. This organization is such an incredible force in our community. Their leadership is impressive in their accountability, transparency and impact.”

“Reeves-Sain has continued to support United Way for the past three years with their flu shot program. They are dedicated to creating change in our community by partnering with the United Way,” said Meagan Flippin, President and CEO of the local United Way.

Reeves-Sain’s investment will be used to impact the areas of education, income, health and rebuilding lives through the United Way of Rutherford and Cannon Counties.

Local United Way receives “thumbs up” award
The United Way of Rutherford and Cannon Counties has announced that it recently received another “seal of approval” from the United Way Worldwide organization for completing a series of 13 membership requirements set forth to be considered in good standing with the international organization for the most recent year.

“The thumbs up is an indication of the quality of work that our staff exhibits and the quality of benefits that we provide people in the community,” said Phil Holt, United Way Board Chair.

The United Way “thumbs up” approval reflects excellence in thirteen areas that include financial management, governance, legal and ethical practices, brand management, and community impact. The local United Way participates in a rigorous annual evaluation that determines this status.

For more information about the United Way of Rutherford and Cannon Counties, please visit http://www.yourlocaluw.org.

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