Union Gas has been part of the fabric of Ontario communities for over a century - we live and work in more than 400 communities across the province. Our success is shared with the communities we serve and that's why we are passionate about giving back. When communities thrive, we thrive.
And what better way to give back than through support of United Way. Through United Way, individuals and families in communities across Ontario have access to vital social services that quite simply change their living conditions for the better. United Way is an exceptional organization because it focuses on and continually assesses the needs of the community and directs funds and creates programs to meet those needs. By working together, stronger communities are being built.
2016 United Way Recap
- Total funds raised: Over $978,078
- Funds raised for United Way of Chatham-Kent: $591,125
- Fundraising highlights: Online auction, bake sales, golf tournaments and more
Each year, the Union Gas United Way fundraising campaign is led by a dedicated group of company volunteers from across the province.
In 2016, Union Gas employees and retirees raised over $978,078 for United Ways across the province. Leading the way was a donation of $591,125 for United Way of Chatham-Kent, the home community of Union Gas.
"Union Gas has a legacy of giving, a legacy which makes the 400 local communities we serve in Ontario stronger and healthier," said Union Gas President Steve Baker.
The money itself will be spread among 27 United Ways across Ontario, highlighting the strong partnership and bond Union Gas and its more than 2,300 employees have formed with United Way over the years.
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