Washington County, WI – Today is the official 2023 campaign kick-off workplace event “United Against Hunger,” but that hasn’t stopped many local workplace teams from hosting their own internal kick-off events.
If you need ideas on how your team can put the fun in fundraising, reach out to our new Community Engagement Coordinator, Katelyn Schotzko. Katelyn would be happy to help you plan ideas. You can reach her via email or at 262-338-3821.
There were a record number of workplace teams signed up to pack snack bags on September 20, 2023. If you have questions about your shift time, please email Shelly Humphrey or call 262-338-3821.
We can’t wait to see you all. We’re looking forward to an amazing 2023 United Way Campaign.
The food drive is just the beginning of our fall campaign as we work to unite local businesses, nonprofit agencies, and individuals to raise funds for programs that empower individuals and families to improve their lives through education, income stability, and health.
The United Way is volunteer-driven and community-based. The local nonprofit fund programs tailored to the needs of Washington County that improve conditions by addressing the underlying causes of community needs and issues.