The final total for the United Way of Douglas County's 1990-91 fund drive is $900,162, or 6.5 percent more than the $845,000 goal, the fund drive's chairman said today.
Al Hack Jr., chairman of the 1990-91 campaign, said the amount represents all pledges that will fund the 26 Douglas County United Way agencies through this year.
The drive, which ran from Sept. 29 through Nov. 30, raised about 10 percent more than than the amount raised in 1989.
Hack said today that he was pleased with more than 300 volunteers in the area who conducted the drive and all residents who contributed.
The 1990-91 drive was conducted through 12 areas, eight of which surpassed their goals, Hack said.
The 26 Douglas County United Way agencies are: Association for Retarded Citizens of Douglas County, Ballard Community Center, Boy Scouts, Boys and Girls Club, Brookcreek Learning Center, Campfire, Catholic Social Services, Consumer Affairs, Douglas County Child Development Assn., Legal Aid Society, Red Cross, Emergency Services Council, Families Together, First Step House, Girl Scouts, Headquarters, Hospice Care, Lawrence Indian Center, Mental Health Assn., Penn House, Rape Victim Support Services, Salvation Army, Social Service League, Trinity Community Services, Douglas County Visiting Nurses Assn. and Women's Transitional Care Services.