Our volunteers and donors stepped up big time to lend a helping hand!
A message from Barbara Bates-Nelson, executive director of United Way of Northern Ozaukee
Thank you for stepping up to help when your friends, families and neighbors were in need. Your help has put food on the table and kept the roofs over their heads. The fight is not over. Help us as we continue to reimagine and rebuild our communities.
To the countless volunteers who helped with the Blanket of Love project, adopted a family during the holidays, collected diapers, delivered comfort care to homebound seniors, served on boards or provided human capital to help our communities recover post pandemic, we say thank you so much!
We'd like to give a big shout out to our Leadership donors who stepped up to help us in a big way:
- Port Washington State Bank
- Charter Mfg.
- WE Energies Foundation
- BMO Harris
- Advocate Aurora Health
- Robert & Caroll Haupt
- Shirli Flack
Among our returning workplace supporters, we want to acknowledge the following top five workplace campaigns:
- Port Washington State Bank employees
- Charter Steel employees
- BMO employees
- We Energies employees and retirees
- Ozaukee County employees
- Sargento and employees
- DD Wiliamson and employees
All donations big or small make a BIG difference in our fight for our working families, our children, seniors and our vulnerable. UWNO and its partners offer hope and help where it’s needed the most. For a complete list of donors, please refer to our Annual Report.
Special thanks to Port Washington State Bank. Their role in supporting our community through the United Way and its predecessors goes back generations. They were, in fact, one of the founders of the Community Chest, which became the United Way of Northern Ozaukee. They continue to be in the top two workplace campaigns year after year. Beyond the dollars, United Way of Northern Ozaukee benefits from the leadership and support of numerous PWSB associates in multiple campaign events and in the overall operation of our organization.