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A large portion of the fundraising for the United Way is done through business drives, Mascagni said. She said she hopes to be able to breathe new life into the businesses by allowing directors from the partnering agencies supported by the United Way to speak to the individual businesses. The United Way of Greater Miss-Lou also uses direct mail appeals, special events such as the Jambalaya Cook-off, and printed advertisements to help fund the organization.
The mission of United Way of Greater Miss-Lou is to raise funds for programs or organizations that provide assistance for the socially and economically disadvantaged.
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The United Way of the Greater Miss-Lou provides funding for 14 local agencies. The goal of the United Way is to provide a central agency that individuals and businesses can support that then provides funding for a variety of worthy causes. In the Miss-Lou, the United Way supports Adams County 4-H, Adams County CASA program, Adams County Chapter of the American Red Cross, Catholic Charities Cope and Emergency Assistance program, Catholic Charities Counseling, Concordia Council on Aging Meals program, Concordia Council on Aging Transportation program, Guardian Sexual Assault Center, Guardian Shelter for Battered Families, Natchez-Adams County Council on Aging, Natchez-Adams County Habitat for Humanity, Sunshine Children’s Shelter and Respite Program, T.M. Jennings Little League Baseball, and The Salvation Army.