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United Way Survey

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Want your voice to be heard?

The Souris Valley United Way is asking for the people of Minot's input on what some of the biggest needs are in our region.

The online survey very short -- just a few questions that will take less than five minute.

You can find it by logging on to the Souris Valley United Way website until the end of June.

Megan Grundstrom is the current president of the United Way board.

She says everyone's input is vital.

 (Megan Grundstrom, President Souris Valley United Way) "We really want to find out what people think this community needs. It's not about any kind of specific category. We're not just looking for Health and Human Services, just anything. What do people in this community want and what do they need." 

Once board members review the proposals and approve a choice, a campaign for fundraising will be kicked off in September. For more information, visit svunitedway.com

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