Fisher Architecture Launches Workplace United Way Campaign


Posted on - January 20, 2017

Fisher Architecture has launched a new workplace campaign for the United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore.  Employees have an opportunity to give to the local United Way and make a difference in the local community through payroll deduction.  The firm generously matched employee donations, totaling $936.00 for the first campaign.  

United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore is the largest non-governmental source of funding for area nonprofit agencies, currently providing support for 74 different local programs with a special focus on education, income and health programs.

From left to right:

Chelsea Johnson, United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore, Donor Relations Coordinator, Keith and Caitlin Fisher, Tareg Zietoon, Twian Evanson, Naomi Rinaldi and Rodger Koslowski of Fisher Architecture and Jim Harstein, United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore, Board of Directors. 

 

 

 


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