BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Boca Raton-based NCCI raised a significant amount of money — more than a quarter of a million dollars — for the United Way in the company’s annual Fall campaign.
NCCI’s two-week United Way campaign raised more than $256,000 this fall, proving once again that NCCI’s 900+ employees are fund-raising champions for their favorite cause. This year’s theme was “Get in the Game.”
Boca Raton-based NCC—which gathers and analyzes workers compensation data for customers across the country— has supported United Way of Palm Beach County for more than 20 years
In the spirit of this year’s theme, employees dressed in brightly colored team jerseys and participated wholeheartedly in campaign — from games to companywide raffles. Raffle winners won airline tickets to anywhere in the US; a weekend hotel-stay in Orlando; and gift cards to local restaurants.
Campaign monies will help United Way support more than 45 charitable programs in Palm Beach County. These include food banks, homeless and victims of abuse shelters, training for the unemployed, and guidance to achieve self-sufficiency.
Earlier this fall, NCCI hosted a “United Way Agency Forum” for 30+ nonprofit organizations. The event provided an opportunity for the agencies to talk about their United Way supported programs, and enlist new NCCI volunteers.
Headquartered in Boca Raton, NCCI is the nation’s largest repository of workers compensation information. The company’s mission is to foster a healthy workers compensation system. NCCI integrates socially responsible principles into the workplace and the community. Visit www.ncci.com.
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