ELIZABETH – The partnership between United Way of Greater Union County and Infineum USA L.P. is now in its 11th year. Infineum and its employees have been strong supporters of United Way’s efforts; providing much needed resources, through their donations, supporting programs and initiatives that help the less fortunate. Infineum presented United Way with a check for $102,986 reflecting the total of its 2009 Annual Workplace Giving Campaign.
“Infineum and its employees care enormously about their neighbors and the community,” said James W. Horne, Jr., president & chief executive officer, United Way of Greater Union County. “They’ve shown us their commitment and dedication to caring through their continued generosity—donating enormous time, talent and treasure to community efforts throughout the county.”
“United Way funds get right to the people that need it the most,” said Mark Struglinski, Infineum’s vice president of technology. “The United Way campaign is our opportunity to extend a hand and help people in our community. We also know that a healthy community supports a healthy workforce. We are proud to be a part of this effort!”
Infineum’s employee and corporate contributions have been consistent, demonstrating their commitment to making an impact in the community. Additionally, Infineum’s employees are eager and dedicated volunteers, who have participating in United Way’s Season of Caring Events by donating their time and talent to some of Union County’s most worthy causes.
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