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Click here for the 2023 Community Engagement Calendar 

Click here to begin your ePledge enrollment, for company campaigns. 

Thank you for starting a United Way campaign at your workplace. Campaigns are a great way to give back to the Marathon County community, build stronger teams and have a little fun! United Way of Marathon County can help your company meet your community involvement goals and strengthen your employee teams. Using a variety of volunteer efforts and fun events can enhance the relationship your company and employees have with the community and United Way throughout the year. That increased involvement and knowledge of community issues also benefit your workplace campaign. Plan volunteer projects, collections/drives, and promotion of United Way initiatives. Companies have the most success when they use a combination of activity types during the year. Below you’ll find a variety of resources and materials to support your campaign this year. If you have any questions, please contact Amanda Flannery, Director of Resource Development. Join our Leadership Giving by clicking here. 

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Sweepstakes 2022

2022 Sweepstakes Winners were:

The first-place winner, receiving $7,000 was Tracy Wendt, from EO Johnson Technologies.

The second-place winner, receiving $2,500 was Erika Anderson, from the Wausau School District.

Terri Murphy, from Aspirus won gift certificates to Janke Book Store, Sam’s Pizza, Evolutions In Design, the Milk Merchant, and Briq’s Soft Serve.

Ann Kramer, from Northwinds Tech Solutions, won a Gift Certificates from County Market & Festival Foods.

Tara Rainville, from the DC Everest Middle School, won a $500 Gift Certificate to the Wausau Chamber.

Mark Szymanski, from Crystal Finishing Systems, won a $500 Gift Certificate to Grebes.

Chris Manteufel, from Greenheck, won a $500 Gift Cards to Kwik Trip.

Matthew Schmidt, from Window and Wall Systems, won a $500 Gift Certificate to Brickner’s of Wausau.

Emily Gulbrandsen, from Menzner Hardwoods, won a $500 Gift Certificate to the Grand Theatre.

Paul & Coleen Hunsanger won $1,000.