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FRANKLIN COUNTY — United Way of Franklin County has launched an online apparel shop to serve as a fundraiser website dedicated to helping the community.

The shop will feature different designs throughout the year to raise awareness of various groups in United Way’s commitment to embracing diversity and inclusion in our community.

The inaugural design features a rainbow LIVE UNITED to celebrate LGBT Pride Month.

Proceeds from an apparel shop sales will be used to fight for education, health, and financial stability for everyone in our community.

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While June’s shop focuses on celebrating Pride Month, UWFC will recognize other national months with apparel sales in the future.

The shop will feature different designs throughout the year to raise awareness of various groups in United Way’s commitment to embracing diversity and inclusion in the community.

The inaugural design features a rainbow LIVE UNITED to celebrate LGBT Pride Month.

United Way of Franklin County is dedicated to building a community where all individuals and families achieve their potential through education, income stability, and healthy living.

UWFC officials say that is why the organization takes the broadest possible view of diversity to provide each community member, donor, volunteer, advocate, and employee equal access to community programs and resources.

“It is our duty as a community organization to ensure outreach and service to all individuals, including these groups more at-risk to financial hardships.”

United Way of Franklin County

The online apparel shop will sell T-shirts, sweatshirts, bags, and more. The inaugural design features a rainbow “LIVE UNITED” tagline in celebration of June’s Pride Month.

There are also options to have the United Way credo printed on the back. Proceeds from shop sales will be used through United Way to support programs addressing early learning, healthy living, and financial stability.

Through the online apparel shop, UW aims to spread awareness of the strength and power of minority groups in coordination with national months such as LGBT Pride Month.

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