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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, United Way of Escambia County is able to help all of us enjoy a better place to raise our families and conduct our businesses. (Click here to go to our Workplace Campaign Download Center.)



UNITED WAY ANNOUNCES RESULTS OF 2014-15 CAMPAIGN
Nearly 200 partner agencies, donors and friends joined United Way of Escambia County at Sanders Beach-Corinne Jones Center to celebrate the results of the 2014-15 Workplace Campaign and announce of United Way grant recipients.  Thanks to the generosity of 10,000 United Way donors, United Way awarded one and three-year grants totaling $1,692,593 to 43 programs from 30 local agencies.  Check out the Workplace Campaign award winners below!  

 

"Unity is strength… when there is teamwork and collaboration, wonderful things can be achieved." ­- Mattie Stepanek


TOP TEN WORKPLACE CAMPAIGNS  

 

• Gulf Power ($263,755)

• Publix Supermarkets ($232,194)

• Ascend Performance Materials ($210,049) 

• Navy Federal Credit Union ($96,122)

• Armstrong World Industries ($84,691)

• United Parcel Service ($68,381)

• ExxonMobil ($64,577)

• Escambia County School District ($56,683)

• Regions Bank ($54,972)

• International Paper ($52,611)


CAMPAIGNS REPORTING 100% PARTICIPATION

• ARC Gateway

• Summit Bank

WORKPLACE COORDINATORS OF THE YEARBy Division

Agency Division
Kelly Jasen, Northwest Florida Area Agency on Aging

Small Business Division

Steve Mitchell, Massey Services

Financial Division
Jamie Peaden and Kerry Langley, Warren Averett

Government Division
Erik Wortendyke and Rebecca McLellan, City of Pensacola

Professional Division
Jim Stolhanske, Clark Partington Hart

Retail Division

Kelly Scharer, Publix University Store # 1317

Corporation Division
Campaign Team, ExxonMobil


SPIRIT OF GIVING AWARDS
School District Recognition

Elementary: Navy Point Elementary

Middle: Woodham Middle

High: Pensacola High School

Department: Title 1

Centers: George Stone

 

SPIRIT OF GIVING AWARDS: Business Recognition by Company Size

 1-399 employees: Federal Express

 400+ employees: Gulf Power Company