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City employees raise $72,742 for United Way

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff

 | Dec 11, 2013 - 10:41 AM |
City of Greater Sudbury employees concluded a three-month United Way/Centraide fundraising campaign this week, raising $72,742 — $15,000 more than they raised in 2012.

Doug Nadorozny, the city's chief administrative officer, said the campaign is something the city's 2,000 employees strongly support.

“I’m very proud of the staff who continue to give generously to make our city better,” Nadorozny is quoted as saying in a news release. “We want to thank the dedicated team who kept the momentum going for the organization.”

The United Way Sudbury's mission is to bring people and resources together to build a strong, healthy, safe community for all, the release said.

“We are best known for our work raising and distributing funds to community agencies that help people. But our true business is engagement, providing ways for contributors — be they donors, partners or others — to achieve their aspirations for our community through United Way.

“Our purpose is to improve people’s lives today and to create enduring, measurable and meaningful social change in our community.”

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