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Target Employees Present United Way Campaign Results ? Target Distribution Center employees presented a gcheckh to United Way of Suwannee Valley representing the $21,826 in employee pledges in the companyfs 2012-2013 United Way employee giving campaign. Target employees pictured are, front row, left to right, Chad Roth, Anton Hattingh, Megan H., Lyndi K., Elizabeth Taylor, Marci M., Todd, Eddie; back row, left to right, Rosanne DiCicco, Jessica J., Cellen Coakley, Embre Smith, Rich Mills and Hayley Fussell. Accepting the check on behalf of United Way of Suwannee Valley are Todd Sampson, second from right, President, United Way of Suwannee Valley Board of Director; and Eddy Hillhouse, Columbia County Campaign Chair.
Thank you Publix Super Markets!
Publix Super Markets Charities Presents Corporate Contribution to United Way of Suwannee Valley - Local Publix Super Markets management members, left to right, Robert gBoh Bush, Live Oak Publix store manager; Phil Harrison, district manager; and Larry Rossignol, Lake City Publix store manager; present Rita Dopp, executive director, United Way of Suwannee Valley, with a Publix Super Markets Charities contribution of $23,900. The Publix Super Markets Charities donation is in addition to the store employeesf donations. Publix Live Oak employees raised $14,016, up from $11,683 last year, while Publix Lake City employees raised $17,283, an increase from $15,912 last year.
Challengers' Club Appreciation Event
(Photo's courtesy of Myra Regan, Suwannee Democrat)
Thank you PotashCorp - White Springs!
PotashCorp - White Springs Presents Additional Funds to Meet United Way Board President Mike McKeefs Challenge - One month prior to the United Way of Suwannee Valley annual meeting, 2011-2012 President Mike McKee issued a challenge he would shave his head at the annual meeting if the additional $11,979 could be raised to match the amount raised during the 2009-2010 campaign. PotashCorp - White Springs made it happen by presenting a check for an additional $10,000 over and above the $164,713 already raised through the PotashCorp - White Springs employee contributions and corporate match. Pictured are, left to right, Mike Williams, Katie Taylor, Jeff Parker, Judy Fair, PotashCorp - White Springs General Manager Terry Baker, United Way 2011-2012 President Mike McKee ? before having his head shaved, United Way Executive Director Rita Dopp, and Diane Baker.
Mike lives up to his promise
Capital City Bank's Corporate Contribution
Teresa S. Kelley, Assistant Vice President and Suwannee, Gilchrist, Dixie Counties Market Leader III, Capital City Bank, presented the bankfs corporate contribution to United Way of Suwannee Valley at a meeting held at the Live Oak office of Guardian ad Litem/Voices for Children, one of the United Way of Suwannee Valley affiliated agencies. The check was presented by Ms. Kelley, right, to Stephanie McClendon, left, United Way of Suwannee Valley Suwannee County Campaign Chair. Also pictured is Tammy Williams, Guardian ad Litem.
Bank of America Presents its Corporate Contribution to the local United Way
Bank of America conducts a United Way campaign among its employees, enabling them to support their local community. Adding to this community support the company provided a corporate contribution of $2,000 to United Way of Suwannee Valley. Barbara Doonan, branch manager for the Bank of America South First Street Office, presented the check to Mike McKee, 2011-2012 United Way Board President. Doonan served as the United Way campaign coordinator for the Bank of America employee giving campaign locally and serves as a member of the United Way of Suwannee Valley Board of Directors.
Belk Supports United Way Fundraising Campaign
Belk presented a corporate contribution of $500 to the United Way of Suwannee Valley annual community fundraising campaign in addition to conducting a giving campaign among the local storefs employees. Pictured are Vicki Knighton and Susan Hill, Belk employees; Crista Thomas, volunteer United Way Columbia County Campaign Chair; and Will Batte, store manager.
Target Distribution Center
Target Distribution Completes its United Way Campaign
The Lake City Target Distribution Center wrapped up its 2011-2012 United Way campaign with a check presentation. The local Target Distribution Center employees pledged $7,768, an increase of 22.6% over last year with 64 percent participation. The employees also conducted fundraising events which contributed to the pledges to total $8,168.95. Target is a United Way Pacesetter company, one of the companies which completes its campaign prior to the general community campaign kick-off event, which is slated this year for September 2. Members of the Target United Way campaign team gathered for a photo recognizing the teamfs fundraising success. Pictured are (front, left to right) Lyndi Karlton; Marci McAdams; Jason DfSouza; Meredith Diagostino; (back) Crista Thomas, United Way Columbia County Campaign Chair; Catherine Moran; Bryan Rabakon, Kevin Bowman, Rosanne DiCicco, and Rita Dopp, United Way executive director.