December 15, 2016
Written by Katie Kuhn, United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County
Thanks to your generosity, United Way raised an unprecedented $60,130,484 for programs to improve the health, education, and financial stability of all in our community. Additionally, thousands of volunteers donated over 21,124 hours of service during the annual Season of Caring. All we can say is: THANK YOU.
Million Dollar Superstars
Employee giving, special events, and corporate donations combined at 11 companies to create contributions of more than $1 million to United Way. A huge thank you to the thousands of employees who participated in their workplace giving campaigns to help people in our community create a better quality of life.
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A Message from our CEO
Mary Lou Young, President & CEO of United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County, reflects on the year and shares her gratitude.
A Message from our CEO.
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Because of you, more families will keep a roof over their heads, more kids will go to bed with full stomachs, and more people will find the help they need. Because of you, our community will continue to grow and thrive. Because of you, more people will live their best possible lives.
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2016 Campaign Leadership
Special thanks to our 2016 Campaign Co-chairs, Larry Blanton, Jackie Herd-Barber, Richard A. Meeusen, Steven S. SaLoutos, and our 2016 campaign cabinet. The incredible hard work of the entire team helped make our campaign an extraordinary success.
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Because of Your Help...
Barry helps Waukesha County seniors live independently by providing volunteer home visits and administrative support.
Billy benefitted from an emergency food pantry and now volunteers there.
Dwight and Nathanial built a strong bond and gave back to the community.
Your gift to United Way not only impacts lives, but it inspires others to want to help more people and improve our community as a whole.
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