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Top 10 Employee Giving

  1. City of Saint John
  2. J.D. Irving
  3. TD Bank Group
  4. NB Power
  5. Canada Revenue Agency
  6. Xerox Canada Ltd.
  7. Bell Aliant
  8. Bank of Montreal
  9. Deloitte
  10. Mariner Partners

Top 10 Corporate Giving

  1. Saint John Energy
  2. TD Bank Group
  3. Xerox Canada Ltd.
  4. Crosby Molasses Co Ltd.
  5. Mariner Partners
  6. Bell Aliant
  7. Scotiabank
  8. Royal Bank
  9. Vision Coaching, Hemmings House, Porpoise, Anonymous
  10. Costco

Top 10 Combined (Employee + Corporate)

  1. TD Bank Group
  2. City of Saint John
  3. Xerox Canada Ltd.
  4. J.D.  Irving
  5. Saint John Energy
  6. NB Power
  7. Bell Aliant
  8. Canada Revenue Agency
  9. Mariner Partners
  10. Bank of Montreal

Community Excellence Award Winners (2017 Campaign)

Welcome to the United Way Award –  Vision Coaching

Presented to workplaces that have introduced themselves to The United Way this year with vitality, excitement and achieved excellent results.

Congratulations to the other nominees:  Addictions & Mental Health, Hemmings House, Mrs. Dunsters, Nordia and Spartan Systems.

ECC Workplace Hero Award – Jason Basker & Shelley Wood, Mariner

Presented to the ECCs who used their creativity, enthusiasm and leadership to run an inspirational campaign.

Congratulations to the other nominees:  Marc Carey (IAFF 771), Pamela Dela Torre (City of Saint John), Nicole Hachey (Intact Insurance), Tracy Kilpatrick (Irving Paper), Joanne McGouey (PepsiCo), Jessica Delong (SJ Energy), Keith McQueen (Teed Saunders Doyle), Lori Monaghan (Public Service and Procurement Canada), Korey Nixon (BMO), Lindsay Palmer (TD Waterhouse), Jillian Somers (Stantec), Travis Young (Fluor), Mike Wiggins (Wyndham Worldwide).

Outstanding Campaign Team Award – Xerox Canada Ltd.

Presented to the campaign team that effectively used teamwork and strategic thinking to improve their campaigns.

Congratulations to the other nominees:  Bell Aliant, Canada Revenue Agency, Family Plus Life Solutions, NB Power, Social Development, TD Insurance, Xerox Canada Ltd.

Labour Award of Distinction – Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1182

Presented to the union members that demonstrated an exemplary commitment to the United Way and the community.

Congratulations to the other nominees:  CUPE Local 18 (City of SJ Inside Workers); CUPE Local 486 (City of SJ Outside Workers); UFCW Local 1288 (PepsiCo); IAFF Local 771 (Saint John Fire Fighters); UNIFOR Local 601N & Local 907 (Irving Paper);IBEW Local 37 (NB Power); and Saint John Police Association

Quantum Leap Award – Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Saint John Energy, Teed Saunders Doyle, TD Waterhouse and Veteran’s Affairs Canada

Presented to the organization that experienced exceptional growth in their 2017 campaign.

Congratulations to the other nominees:  Canada Revenue Agency, Intelysis, Public Services and Procurement Canada, Saint John Transit, Saint John Port, Social Development and PET’L, Stantec and Wyndham Worldwide.

Top Five Employee Giving

The following organizations were recognized for being the 5 workplaces that raised the most money in 2015 through employee giving and special events.  

  • City of Saint John and CUPE Local 18 and Local 486, IAFF Local 771 and Saint John Police Union  – over $70,000
  • JD Irving Ltd  – over $68,000
  • TD Bank Group – over $66,000
  • NB Power and IBEW Local 37 – $54,000
  • Canada Revenue Agency  over $41,000

Top Five Corporate Giving

The following organizations were recognized for giving the top five corporate donations to the United Way in 2015.  

  • Saint John Energy – $58,000
  • TD Financial Group – $39,000
  • Xerox Canada – $31,000
  • Crosby’s Molasses – $25,000
  • Mariner Partners – $18,000

Cornerstone Award

Presented to the workplace that has made a substantial contribution to the United Way over the past 15 years.

  • Crosby Molasses