ANN ARBOR – United Way of Washtenaw County recently presented its annual Volunteer Appreciation Awards recognizing volunteers and local business partners who make lasting impacts on the community by volunteering, advocating, giving and promoting equity.
Thirteen community volunteers and organizations were presented with awards this year, including:
- CEO of the Year: Cindy Elliott, President of Trinity Health IHA Medical Group
- Volunteer of the Year: Debbie Schilz of the University of Michigan
- UWWC Campaign Co-Chairs: Pastor Mashod Evans, Emily Moore-Marshall and Tim Marshall
- Employee Campaign Coordinator of the Year: Meghan Cary of University of Michigan Credit Union
- Workplace Giving Campaign of the Year: Retirement Income Solutions
- Workplace Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Champions: Washtenaw ISD
- The Creative Campaign Award: Ann Arbor SPARK, Eastern Michigan University, Hobbs + Black Architects, Trinity Health of Ann Arbor and Livingston Hospitals, and Washtenaw County Government
The awards coincide with the release of UWWC’s 2022 Annual Report, which details its strategic plan and grant investments.
To see the full report, visit www.uwwashtenaw.org/annualreports.