100 years of United Way with CEO Renee Moe and Author Doug Moe
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In March 1922, a new organization called the Madison Community Union was founded. Its purpose was to consolidate the fundraising activities of various groups and charities, then allocate the money raised according to budget priorities. Over the next hundred years the Community Union went through various iterations: the War Chest, Red Feather, United Givers Fund, United Community Chest, and now United Way of Dane County.
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