JOHNSTOWN, PA - On January 18, 2008, NDIC Director Michael Walther presented a check for $52,109 to Ms. Suzanne Stevens and Mr. William McKinney of the United Way of the Laurel Highlands (UWLH). This check represented total contributions made by NDIC employees to the 2007 Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). A significant portion of these monies will once again be donated to the UWLH.
Ms. Stevens and Mr. McKinney of UWLH thanked all NDIC employees for their generosity including NDIC CFC Campaign Coordinator Susan Bartle and NDIC CFC Key Workers (Barb Nibert, Tess Glace, Pam Nemeth, Barb Burns, Carla Zimmer, Kathy Rushin, Tracey Kalinowski, Lisa Arcurio, Diane Felton, Cheryl Seth, Bob Miller, Betty Irvine, and Chuck Miller) who were instrumental in raising funds for the CFC and the local UWLH. Employee and manager bakeoffs, a "Steeler's" Tailgate party, and Jeans and Sneaker Days were used to raise funds specifically for the UWLH in Johnstown.
The CFC is the only authorized solicitation of employees in the Federal workplace on behalf of charitable organizations. Each year Federal employees and military personnel raise millions of dollars through the CFC that benefits thousands of non-profit charities.
Mr. William McKinney on behalf of the United Way of the Laurel Highlands receives a check for $52,109.78 representing National Drug Intelligence Center employee pledges to the Combined Federal Campaign. The following people are in the photo: (left to right) 1st row - Carla Zimmer, William McKinney, Tracey Kalinowski, Barb Burns, Diane Felton, and Cheryl Seth. 2nd row - Irene Hernandez, Suzanne Stevens, Susan Bartle, Michael Walther, Bob Miller, Kevin Walker and Veil Schiffhauer. 3rd row - David Mrozowski.