Presented to workplaces that have introduced themselves to The United Way this year with vitality, excitement and achieved excellent results.
The following organizations were recognized for being the 5 workplaces that raised the most money in 2020 through employee giving and special events.
The following organizations were recognized for giving the top five corporate donations to the United Way in 2020.
Presented to the organization that experienced exceptional growth in their 2020 campaign.
Presented to the workplace that has the most “Every Day Heroes”. An “Every Day Hero” gives $1 or more per day for a year.
Presented to a workplace that has 100% employee giving to the United Way campaign.
Presented to the workplace that has made a substantial contribution to the United Way over the past 15 years.
Presented to an individual or organization that exemplified the United Way spirit throughout COVID-19)
Presented to an organization that supported the United way through an innovative partnership or sponsorship.
Presented to the ECCs who used their creativity, enthusiasm and leadership to run an inspirational campaign.
Cathy Anderson (Costco)
Trudy Atherton-Hall (NB Energy and Utilities Board)
Lisa Bradley (KPMG)
Dani Bourque (Source Atlantic)
Susan Carpenter (Veterans Affairs)
Nadine Chiasson (Liberty)
Emin Civi (UNBSJ)
Jessica DeLong (Saint John Energy)
Alexandra Fournier (Dalhousie Medicine-NB)
Sheila Gidney (Dept of Fisheries & Oceans)
Nicole Hachey (Intact Insurance)
Tracy Kilpatrick (Irving Paper)
Janice Legere (Emera)
Tom MacDermott (NB Power-Energy Efficiency Services)
Karl McCarthy (BMO)
Deanna McHugh (Scotiabank)
Debbie McLeod (Social Development)
Gordon McNamee (Wyndham Worldwide)
Keith McQueen (Teed Saunders Doyle)
Lori Monaghan (Public Works)
Derek Ross (Firefighters)
Jason Swallow (PWC)
Michelle Thibodeau-Coates (Emera)
Rebecca Wells (Xerox)
Shelley Wood (Mariner Partners)
Presented to campaign teams that effectively used teamwork and strategic thinking to improve their campaigns.
Canada Revenue Agency
Department of Social Development & PET’L