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Workplace Campaign

The United Way workplace campaign has been called one of the greatest social inventions in American history. Working together with employers and local volunteers each year, United Way invites people to advance the common good and create opportunities for a better life for all by helping to fund the local programs that provide assistance.



United Way donors can feel confident that their gifts are truly helping those who need our help most in our local communities. United Way’s local Board of Directors is focused on ensuring that our donors’ funds are efficiently and effectively used to bring about positive change at the community level. The funds are distributed by volunteers who choose the programs that are making a difference. Because of you, the United Way of Escambia County is able to help all of us enjoy a better place to raise our families and conduct our businesses.

UNITED WAY ANNOUNCES RESULTS OF 2013 CAMPAIGN
On Thursday, April 25, 2013, United Way honored the Employee Coordinators from our 2012-13 Campaign at a cocktail reception in Apple Annies-Seville Quarter. Also recognized were School Spirit of Giving and Business Spirit of Giving by company size. United Way announced that $2,397,518 was raised to positively impact those in need in our community.

If you have a facebook account, you can see photos from the reception
here.

“Teamwork allows common people to attain uncommon results.” -anonymous

Top Twelve Campaigns represent a total of $1,324,071 OF GIVING RAISED
• Ascend ($300,271)
• Gulf Power ($207,732)
• Publix ($166,802)
• Wells Fargo ($112,358)
• Armstrong ($94,302)
• Navy Federal ($90,860)
• Baptist ($90,000)
• Escambia County School System ($66,105)
• Exxon ($52,961)
• Regions ($51,734)
• International Paper ($45,868)
• UPS ($45,077)

Campaigns Reporting 100% Participation
• Council on Aging of West Florida
• Gulf Coast Kid’s House
• Gulf Winds Federal Credit Union
• ARC Gateway**
• McMahon Hadder
• ServisFirst


Workplace Coordinator Recognitions by DIVISION
Agency Division
Margaret Jerauld, Council on Aging

Small Business Division
Leslie Saam, McMahon Hadder Insurance


Education Division
Jennifer McSherdon, Virginia College


Financial Division
Cindy Fell, Hancock Bank


Government Division
Janine Clackley, City of Pensacola


Professional Division
Eric Krause, IMS ExpertServices


Retail Division
Nathan Pooley, Buffalo Rock


Health Care Division
Janet Speranzi-Cannon, Florida Blue


Corporation Division
Krista Ebbert, ExxonMobil

SCHOOL SPIRIT OF GIVING AWARDS

Elementary: Oakcrest Elementary
Middle: Ransom Middle School
High: Northview High School
Department: Professional Learning Department,
Centers: George Stone

Business Recognition by Company Size
1-39 employees:
Pensacola Shipyard Marine Complex

40-99 employees:
Hatch Mott MacDonald

100-399 employees:
United Parcel Service

400+ employees:
Gulf Power Company