VH exceeds goals in United Way Campaign

Valley Health (VH) announced in a social post that its fundraising for United Way (UW) fair exceeded its goal.

VH employees through a wide range of fundraising efforts such as donations, payroll pledge deductions and fundraising events help support the UW organization throughout the region.

Fundraising events brought in over $21,000 while employee pledges brought in almost $123,000 alone.

A total of approximately $145,000 was accumulated by the VH UW campaign Aug. through Dec. this past year.

This was far and above their goal of $130,000 in VH’s effort to help the UW and the community.

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UWNSV President and CEO announces her departure

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A press release from the United Way of the Northern Shenandoah Valley (UWNSV) announced the departure of their current President and CEO.

After seven years in her position Nadine M. Bullock-Pottinga has decided to resign effective December 31.

Bullock-Pottinga has taken a position with an unnamed national organization that serves Veterans.

She will start in her new position with the new organization in the new year.

The press release went on to state some of the accomplishments of the UWNSV under Bullock-Pottinga’s Presidency.

Under her leadership the UWNSV has experienced unprecedented growth in revitalizing fund raising efforts for the organization.

She is credited with UWNSV’s adoption of the ALICE program along with being a leader in the response, recovery and rebuilding during the pandemic.

Dr. Cheryl Thompson-Stacy has been named the interim President CEO until a replacement is found.

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