Awards and Special Recognition

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We would like to say a special Thank You to those who went above and beyond to make the 2015/16 campaign another huge success.

The Big Heart Award was presented to Borger Bank for the many volunteer hours donated by their employees.

The Spirit of Hutchinson County was presented to Solvay for having such a successful first time United Way Rally with large employee participation, generous giving and $ for $ corporate match.

The Cornerstone Award was presented to Cheveron Phillips for raising the same amount of donations as last year with 120 less employees.

Conratulations to Borger Bank, Happy State Bank, Toot'nTotum, and Zachry for recieving our Living United Reward (100% Participation).

Our Expetional Achievment Award went to Golden Plains Community Hospital, Happy State Bank, and Orion Engineering Carbons.

ANB-Borger Bank, Texas Gas Service, Toot'n Totum, Xcel Energy, Zachry, and Texas Gas Services recieved our Honorable Mention Award.

Our Bank Challenge was won again this year by Happy State Bank. The average gift per employee was $395.24 with 100% participation.  Borger Bank, you can get next year!

And a special thank you goes to our newest partner company, Solvay, for joining our annual campaign .

We would also like to extend a Thank You to all the companies and employees who so generously gave to support our community with employee giving of:

$1 to $1,499
Guardsmark
J.C. Penny
NuStar
Specialty Compressor
Wells FArgo

$1,500 to $2,499
Frank Phillips College
Cheseapeake Energy

$2,500 to $9,999
Pantex Plant
Borger Post Office
Happy State Bank
Park Service
Sid Richardson

$5,000 to $9,999
Austin Industrial
Borger ISD
City of Borger
Orion Engineering Carbon
Texas Gas Service
Toot'n Totum
Walmart

$10,000 to $24,999
Borger Bank
Brock Maintenance
Golden Plains Hospital
Pioneer Natural Resources
United Supermarkets
Valero

$25,000 to $49,999
Solvay
Xcel Energy
Zachry

$50,000 to $99,999
Chevron Phillips Chemical Company

$100,000 to $$149,999
Agrium

$150,000 to $199,999
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