City of Greater Sudbury Employees Presented with United Way/Centraide Cornerstone Award
Jan 28, 2015
Today, in a ceremony at Science North, the United Way/Centraide for Sudbury and Nipissing District presented City of Greater Sudbury employees with the Cornerstone award, which is given by the United Way/Centraide to organizations who donate more than $25,000 in corporate, employee and event donations. The City of Greater Sudbury has previously earned the Cornerstone Award, having contributed over $283,000 in the past five years through volunteer efforts and the generosity of City Staff.
“I’m very proud of the staff who continue to give generously to make our city better,” said Greater Sudbury Mayor Brian Bigger. “We look forward to working side by side with the United Way to contribute to the betterment of our community for years to come.”
“I am very pleased and grateful to accept this award on behalf of the organization. This campaign gives back to our community, and is something our employees believe strongly in,” said Doug Nadorozny, Chief Administration Officer.
About the United Way:
United Way/Centraide Sudbury and Nipissing districts mission is to bring people and resources together to build a strong, healthy, safe community for all. They are best known for their work raising and distributing funds to community agencies that help people. But their true business is engagement, providing ways for contributors — be they donors, partners or others — to achieve their aspirations for the community through United Way. Their purpose is to improve people’s lives today and to create enduring, measurable and meaningful social change in our community.
From left to right: Jessica Main, City of Sudbury Sponsored Employee, Kelly Sinclair, United Way Campaign Manager for Sudbury and Nipissing District and Michael Cullen, Executive Director United Way, Sudbury and Nipissing District