City employees raise a record-breaking $79,500 for United Way

Guelph, On, November 27, 2014 – City of Guelph employees raised $79,500 for the 2014 United Way Campaign, surpassing the City’s $65,000 fundraising goal and setting a new donation record.

The City’s 2014 fundraising goal was the highest amount ever set, established after the success of the 2013 campaign, which had a target of $55,000 and raised $66,000.

“Together, City of Guelph employees are providing possibility to those in our community,” says Sean Finlay, the 2014 campaign manager. “We are making a difference in the lives of people in Guelph, Wellington and Dufferin counties.”

A volunteer committee, made up of employees, runs the City of Guelph’s annual workplace campaign for the United Way. Mayor Karen Farbridge has chaired the campaign for the last four years.

About the United Way

United Way Guelph Wellington Dufferin is a volunteer-driven, charitable foundation focused on meeting the pressing social needs of the community. The United Way supports and engages the community through social planning, fundraising and fund distribution.

For more information

Sean Finlay
Campaign Manager
City of Guelph