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Pageland/Jefferson United Way

What happens when you give to the Pageland/Jefferson United Way?

Clara Johnson - Pageland resident and Director of Pageland/Jefferson United Way

Clara Johnson - life-long resident and Director of Pageland/Jefferson United Way

United Way of Pageland/Jefferson started in the late 1980’s. It has been the driving force behind vital programs in our community.Our goal is to focus on what matters, supporting programs in our community that get results and improve lives. Hospice, Chesterfield County American Red Cross, Chesco, Jefferson Dixie Youth, Pageland Rescue Squad, Sandhill Volunteer Fire Department, Good Samaritan Colony and Health Quest are just some of the agencies funded by United Way. By identifying the most pressing needs in our community and partnering with these local agencies, we can make a difference.

We can’t do it alone. We need people like you to invest in community change through the Pageland/Jefferson United Way. Please consider contributing to the United Way today, and be a part of improving the community for all who live and work here. It is our goal for the campaign year of 2008/2009 to reach $60,000.00. Make our community stronger by making a donation today. Thanks to everyone who is supporting and has supported United Way. Your donation has meant a lot. If you would like to make a contribution today, contact us at 843-675-2472.

Thanks so much,
Clara Johnson

Clara’s office is located just inside the main doors of the Town Hall in Pageland. If she looks familiar, she is a life-long resident of Pageland. She is the daughter of George (Shorty) and Roxie McRorie, and she has two brothers and two sisters. She is married to Brian Johnson and they make their home in Jefferson. They are the proud parents of four children: Jonah 14, Brianna 11, Blake 7, and Gracie 2.