2018 SCUFFY Campaign Kick-Off
The 64th annual Shelby County United Fund (SCUFFY) Campaign will have its official kick-off on March 7, 2018. The goal for the 2018 Campaign is $830,000.00, and our very own Aaron Haehl happens to be a Campaign Drive Chair alongside Eric Glasco of McNeely Stephenson.
Aaron was born and raised in Shelbyville. He is a 1999 graduate of Shelbyville High School and holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Purdue University. He has followed in the footsteps of his grandmother, Virginia Owens, for several years now as a SCUFFY volunteer. Additionally, he was the 2017 SCUFFY campaign co-chair and serves on the SCUFFY Board of Directors.
The 2018 Campaign Pacesetters include: Shelby Materials, Ryobi Die Casting USA, PK USA, Freeman Family Funeral Homes, St. Joseph Catholic School, Fiddlers Three/Maxim Events, First Merchants Bank, MainSource Bank and Shelby County Co-op. Part of the breakfast on March 7th is the announcement of the funds the Pacesetters were able to raise to kick-off this year’s campaign.
“The SCUFFY drive goal has been met every year now for 60+ years,” says Haehl. “As the face of this year’s campaign the pressure in on a little bit to make sure that streak continues, so SCUFFY can continue to impact local non-profit agencies and provide aid and service to Shelby County residents.”
The 2018 SCUFFY campaign drive runs March 7, 2018 – May 6, 2018, and at least 80 percent of every dollar pledged goes directly to SCUFFY member agencies.
Learn more about SCUFFY and help this year’s campaign here.
Read SCUFFY’s January newsletter and see more on the 2018 campaign chairs here.