The Bartlesville Regional United Way elevated $1.75 million through this year’s campaign despite the problems introduced by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Around 41,000 spot men and women have been served by the organization’s 14 nonprofit partner agencies due to the fact of donations gained all through the September to December campaign.

“United alongside one another, we are tackling complications every single day in a coordinated energy to make our communities much better and stronger,” reported Lisa Cary, president and CEO for Bartlesville Regional United Way.

Fifty-one particular spot companies held fundraising functions to elevate revenue for the campaign, which can help fund 30 courses between its husband or wife agencies.

For the duration of a virtual celebration before this month, the United Way honored ConocoPhillips and Phillips 66, which lifted more than $500,000 apiece and Chevron Phillips, QuikTrip and Truity Federal Credit Union, each individual of which brought in more than $50,000.