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There's probably no organization in northeast Missouri that knows more about the needs of area non-profit organizations than the United Way of the Mark Twain Area.

Through their fund raising efforts, the United Way financially supports some 20 area non-profits and a number of these folks are looking for employees to help their missions come to life.

The United Way is putting out the word to help these organizations fill their vacant positions.

According to United Way Executive Director Denise Damron, “These organizations need people talent. They are feeding the souls of many in our community – some are doing that by literally providing essential food, but others are imparting knowledge on young people, being a safe haven for people in times of trouble, providing relief for families falling on hard times, helping individuals with disabilities, and so much more. The work of these organizations is beyond rewarding and heartwarming.”

Among the area United Way agencies that have job openings, with links and/or contact information:

AVENUES - avenueshelp.org

The Child Advocacy Center - cacnemo.org

Douglass Community Services - douglassonline.org

Harvest Outreach - Looking for a Loaves & Fishes Coordinator. Call 573-277-8833.

Legal Services - lsem.org

Learning Opportunities/Quality Works - loqw.com

Monroe City Senior Nutrition Center - monroecitynutritioncenter.com

Monroe City Student Success Center - monroe.k12.mo.us

NECAC - necac.org

Salvation Army - centralusa.salvationarmy.org

Shelby County Senior Center - Looking for a part-time cook and in-home aid. Call 573-588-7669.

YMCA of Hannibal - Stop by the front desk or call 573-221-0586 about open positions. They have openings in Housekeeping, Pre-School and Personal Training.

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