Thank you to all our corporate partners for supporting Mile High United Way and our community in 2022! You rallied, made blankets, built literacy kits, played cornhole, held chili cook-offs, and so much more to support the critical work of Mile High United Way. We cannot thank you enough.
Check out a highlights video from the year:
Learn more about some of partners and their community engagement:
Xcel Energy, our 135th Anniversary Presenting Co-Sponsor, hosted Food Truck and Fun Rallies at service centers around Denver, and held coffee talks exploring topics like Urban & Rural Needs and Purpose Driven Employees. Hundreds of employees across the state engaged in community service projects during the 12th Annual Xcel Energy Day of Service. View photos
BOK Financial, our 135th Anniversary Presenting Co-Sponsor, conducted a silent auction, cornhole tournament, chili cook-off, and special Pizza and Ponies fundraising event to support Mile High United Way! Employees also packed over 350 Thanksgiving boxes and sack lunches to support the work of our nonprofit partners. View photos
PDC Energy, Inc, our 2022 Community Champion Spirit of Hope winner, held their Month of Service in September where employees wrote thank you letters to local teachers and to our 211 Help Center staff, built literacy kits to support local students, and supported our Women United Luncheon. View Photos
Mountain West Lockton Companies (pictured above) had over 95% employee participation! This season, they held their annual golf tournament as well as a two week campaign, with the theme Wizard of Cause, where executives dressed up as Wizard of Oz characters and performed a skit about the ways employees can contribute. View Photos
PCL Construction hosted their annual golf tournament and then kicked off their campaign, Building Hope with a lot of Heart, at The Block Distillery with food, drinks, and music. The company provides a generous corporate match for all employees, Executives, and retirees, and was able to exceed their giving goal for this year.
KeyBank kicked off their campaign with a special guest, former NBA Coach George Karl, who urged them to give back to their local community. KeyBank provided a generous 50% match of employee gifts and conducted an auction to support Mile High United Way.
Grant Thornton employees learned about our Bridging the Gap program and how their participation supports young adults transitioning from the child welfare system. They even had 20 members of their team join Mile High United Way’s donor networks, and surpassed their giving goal.
United Launch Alliance hosted a coffee talk to learn more about our early childcare and education work, their employees.
In total, over 100 companies stepped up in a meaningful way through community giving campaigns, volunteering, and more to serve our community. We are humbled by your support.
Mile High United Way can help create and maximize your social impact program through volunteer services, community recognition, gifts management, or thought partnership. Learn more about partnering with Mile High United Way!