United Way of Greater Milwaukee raises $51.6 million in annual campaign
With your help, United Way of Greater Milwaukee raised $51,671,080 this year, exceeding our $51.5 million projected goal by $171,080. Thanks to the generosity of thousands of donors we raised over $1.6 million more than the $50,006,076 raised in 2011, for a 3.3% increase!
The 2012 United Way campaign was spearheaded by co-chairs Paul Jones, chairman and CEO of A. O. Smith Corporation, Peggy Troy, president & CEO of Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, and Greg Marcus, president & CEO of The Marcus Corporation.
Your generous support will allow us impact 1 in 4 people in 2013 by strategically funding 160+ programs in education, income and health at over 80 local agencies. Thank you!
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About the Campaign
Our annual Community Campaign ensures that quality health and human service programs are available to local children, families, senior citizens, individuals with disabilities, veterans, and others. We invest your contribution in 160+ programs at over 80 local agencies, impacting 1 in 4 people each year in Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Washington and Waukesha Counties.
There are many ways to get involved with the campaign. You can donate through your workplace giving campaign or make direct, personal contributions.
How can your company get involved?
- Run a workplace campaign. Show support from leadership and provide employees with an easy, convenient way to give.
- Give a corporate gift. Provide a flat amount (gifts range from $100 to thousands), use the corporate gift as an incentive with your employees by matching the dollars raised, provide a leadership gift as the owner(s) of a small business, or develop other creative ways to show your generosity.
- Provide in-kind support or sponsorship. Become a vital United Way partner by offering services, products or marketing assistance, and help us keep administrative costs low so donor gifts remain focused on ensuring strong community outcomes.
- Support the Loaned Executive program.