United Way of Clallam County awarded 18 individuals and organizations at our annual celebration event.
Two award categories were presented. The Live United Award for those who show the spirit of working together every day and the Community Impact Award for those who make a positive difference in our community.
Live United Award winners include:
Olympic Medical Center for raising $113,000 during their employee campaign.
Mary Sue French for doubling her individual donation.
Peninsula Behavioral Health for increasing their employee campaign.
Coyote BBQ and Fors Financial for their sponsorship of the first annual wing eating contest benefiting United Way.
Out-going board member Jo Johnston for her years of service on the board.
Out-going board president Corey Delikat (pictured right) for his dedication to United Way.
Board member Ray Chirayath for championing a new impact program in partnership with Peninsula College.
Chris and Laurie Szczepczynski (pictured above) for co-chairing the 2017 campaign
Community Impact Award winners include:
City of Sequim for their partnership with United Way during Day of Caring.
Clallam County Literacy Council for distributing thousands of books across Clallam County.
Forks Abuse Program for leading efforts at connecting non-profits.
Lefties Baseball for being a positive new organization in our community.
Cascadia Films for making a positive impact in our community and helping United Way with their videography projects.
Olympic Veterinary Clinic for sponsoring and supporting United Way with volunteer hours.
Steve Moriarty for his efforts to grow and sustain the Clallam Community Foundation.
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