Our mission The United Way of Northeast Michigan serves the region by directing charitable resources to meet human needs. In other words, the United Way is here helping meet the health and human care needs of thousands of people in Alpena, Alcona & Montmorency Counties.
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About us On September 14, 1955, the United Way was formed in Alpena. At that time it was referred to as the United Fund of Alpena. Prominent people like Frank Kelley (former Michigan Attorney General), Phillip Glennie who was a local judge, Phil Park from Besser Company, Harold Hudson, Russ Wilson, Edgard Diamond, James Dotsch & William McDonald, who were local businessmen formed the United Way. In the late 60’s the name was changed to the Alpena County United Way and in 1986 it was changed to its present name of United Way of Northeast Michigan. The first campaign had a goal of $65,000 of which $52,692 was raised for seven (7) local and thirty-two (32) state and national human care agencies.
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