Feb. 5, 2019 – West Bend,, WI – United Way of Washington County will be celebrating a record-breaking campaign year with a luncheon that features highlights from 2018.
Awards will be given to several of Washington County’s leading employers and community advocates. Winners of the 2018 Campaign Sweepstakes, including the grand prize of a brand new Polaris UTV will also be announced.
WHO: Holly Adams – Human Resources Director, Server Products (INSPIRE Washington County Member)
Amanda Bellows – Claims Supervisor, West Bend Mutual Insurance (Emerging Leaders Executive Council)
Kristin Brandner – Executive Director, United Way of Washington County
Katrina Cravy – Speaker & Communications Advisor (Program Participant)
Brenda Ehrlich – Director of INSPIRE Washington County (United Way Special Initiative Director)
Joe Fazio – Chairman & CEO, Commerce State Bank (2018 Campaign Co-Chair)
Tom Hopp – President & Co-Founder, Commerce State Bank (2018 Campaign Co-Chair)
Ben Huffman – VP of Operations, Legendary Whitetails (Board Member)
Dominic Ladd – Claims Manager, West Bend Mutual Insurance (Emerging Leaders Executive Council Co-Chair)
Sarah Malchow – Senior Director of Community Impact, United Way of Washington County
Pete Rettler – Dean of West Bend Campus, Moraine Park Technical College (Board President)
Jay Shambeau – City Administrator, City of West Bend (Community Impact Committee Chair)
Kevin Volm – Chief Credit/Risk Officer & Corporate Secretary, Commerce State Bank (2018 Campaign Co-Chair)
WHAT: United Way of Washington County’s 2018 Team Celebration
WHERE: West Bend Mutual Insurance Prairie Center, 1900 S 18th Ave, West Bend, WI 53095
WHEN: February 13, 2019 – 11:30AM – 1PM
Click HERE to see the 2017 campaign results.
About United Way of Washington County
Our mission is to improve lives and community conditions in measurable and lasting ways. United Way is a volunteer-driven organization that serves all communities in Washington County. It is governed by a board of community volunteers, dedicated to providing funding and community resources for health and human service needs in the areas of Education, Income Stability, and Health.