Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Miami Valley Vending and Whirlpool Corporation Partner for United Way

Left to right: Lisa Hileman, Communications Specialist, Ken Hossler, Plant Leader, Jenny Thacker from Miami Valley Vending, Lauren Henry from Darke County United Way, Sherry Smith, Training Specialist, Melissa Fearer, HR Generalist and UW Campaign Co-Chair (along with Lauren Kaulfuss, not pictured).
Miami Valley Vending Service and Whirlpool Corporation teamed up for a Jim’s Hot Dog Day at the Greenville manufacturing facility to support the 27 non-profit programs of the Darke County United Way.

Delicious Jim’s hot dogs were served on all shifts with 100% of sales being donated to the United Way from Miami Valley Vending Services. Whirlpool Corporation is the largest United Way campaign for the county making up a total of 1/3 of the county’s $360,000 campaign goal. A total donation of $1,092 was raised from the Jim’s hot dog day thanks to Miami Valley Vending Service and Whirlpool Corporation. “Darke County United Way is extremely thankful to have these wonderful businesses making such a generous commitment to our community and our neighbors in need, whether it be with health, education or stability needs in Darke County,” said Lauren Henry, Executive Director at United Way. On behalf of the Darke County United Way board of directors and staff, we would like to thank Miami Valley Vending Services and Whirlpool Corporation for their partnership to support United Way and strengthen our county serving over 19,000 residents each year including our youth, seniors, those in crisis and those seeking self-sufficiency.

Miami Valley Vending Services also supports the United Way during the fall campaign with sponsorships for the Lead the Way Tractor Cruise and the Annual Golf Outing.

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