United Way helps families afford legal assistance

Free and discounted legal services help Lowcountry families cope with custody issues, children with special needs and property matters —and United Way of the Lowcountry is a key partner with Lowcountry Legal Volunteers.

The United Way of the Lowcountry Board of Directors announced gifts and pledges have been received totaling $2,228,152 or 80 percent of the organization’s 2012 goal of $2.8 million.

As the campaign enters its final weeks, United Way leaders urge anyone with a pledge card on their desk or their “To Do” basket to please return it as soon as possible. For more information or to make a donation, call 982-3040 or visit www.uwlowcountry.org.

Through United Way of the Lowcountry, a $25 gift provides one-half hour of legal services through Lowcountry Legal Volunteers.

Garrett Wreden,  Beaufort campaign chair, said United Way’s work stretches across demographics and across two counties to build a better community.

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