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2018 United Way Fundraising Campaign

You might have heard or seen the advertisements about the United Way fundraising campaign that is underway but did you know that you can donate money through the United Way campaign to Columbus Youth Hockey?  Contributions can not be used for team fees or specific activities within CYH at this time, however, your contribution will go into the CYH operational account which is spent advancing youth hockey in Columbus for the benefit of all members.  Many Bartholomew County employers offer payroll deduction pledges to United Way.   The United Way also accepts cash, check, and credit card donations from community members who are personally invested in providing opportunity for those in need.  When you give through United Way of Bartholomew County, 100% of your donation goes to the nonprofit organization or initiative of your choice.

For Cummins families, did you know that the Cummins Foundation matches your contribution dollar for dollar, with those matching funds going to United Way in your home county?  Be sure to use this link to get the matching funds.  

For other families interested in donating use the link below or contact the United Way at:

531 Thirteenth St, Ste 1100
Columbus, IN 47201

CYH is an approved 501(c)(3) not-for-profit agency with the United Way and can be “written” in to receive your donations. 

Columbus Youth Hockey, Inc.
P.O. Box 484
Columbus, Indiana

EIN 35-1839983    

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