Last week’s VolunteerMatch Client Summit in Detroit was like no other conference any of us have ever attended…but more on that later. Today, we want to focus on one particular event during this year’s Client Summit: the 2014 VolunteerMatch Corporate Volunteer Awards.
In a city whose corporate sector is showing every day the impact that can be made by true community involvement, six socially responsible companies were honored for their commitments to their own communities – and to the engagement of their employees.
You’ve gotten to know some of the finalists over the past few months, and now we are thrilled to announce the winners.
For the third year in a row, Morgan Stanley and Old National Bank took top honors as Employee Volunteer Programs of the Year in the Large and Small-Medium Sized Business categories. Lilly and ADT were recognized for their outstanding first year of success in the VolunteerMatch network. And staff members from UnitedHealth Group and California State Library were acknowledged for being dedicated champions of employee and consumer volunteer engagement.
The winners of the 2014 VolunteerMatch Corporate Volunteer Awards are:
EMPLOYEE VOLUNTEER PROGRAM OF THE YEAR – LARGE BUSINESS:
EMPLOYEE VOLUNTEER PROGRAM OF THE YEAR – SMALL-MEDIUM SIZED BUSINESS:
Old National Bank
BREAKOUT PERFORMANCES OF YEAR:
CHAMPIONS OF THE YEAR:
Jacquelyn Londo & Sue Osten – UnitedHealth Group
Carla Lehn – California State Library
Congratulations to the winners of the 2014 VolunteerMatch Corporate Volunteer Awards! May you continue to be an inspiration to your employees, your communities, and the rest of us.