ELIZABETH – Infineum USA L.P. recently presented United Way of Greater Union County with a check for $110,218 reflecting the total of its 2010 Annual Workplace Giving Campaign. The partnership between two organizations is now in its 12th year.
“Infineum and its employees care enormously about their neighbors and the community,” said James W. Horne, Jr., president & chief executive officer of 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.”
“We at Infineum believe in giving back to the community. United Way funds get right to the people that need it the most,” said Sara Lefcourt, Infineum’s vice president of supply and chairperson of the United Way employee fundraising campaign. “Our campaign provides a great opportunity for us to extend a hand and help people in our community. We are proud to be a part of this effort!”
On February 8th, Sara Lefcourt (far left), Infineum’s Vice President of Supply and chairperson of the United Way employee fundraising campaign, along with fellow Infineum-UW committee members Joan Evans (2nd from l), site manager of the Linden Business and Technology Center, Lois Bass (3rd from l), community relations coordinator, and Lissette Gonzalez (far right), public affairs coordinator, present United Way of Greater Union County CEO Jim Horne (center) with a $110,218.00 check, reflecting the total of its 2010 Annual Workplace Giving Campaign. (Photo courtesy of United Way of Greater Union County)
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