The United Way of Central Carolinas received a $5,000 donation through
the efforts of AFL Global associates from Monroe NC. Facilitated by AFL’s Community
Outreach Program as part of their annual United Way campaign, this year’s donation
was twice the amount raised last year.
“Our associates understand the need in our community and demonstrated
their willingness to take action to help others,” commented Seneca Mullins.
“They were definitely engaged and it showed in this donation. We hope to
continue this progress for years to come.”
This year’s United Way campaign theme was “‘Lights. Camera. Take Action.’
with associates hearing from a United Way representative about the organisations
supported by United Way through its program. Through AFL’s Community Outreach
Program, donations were matched dollar-for-dollar up to $100 and for those new
to the United Way campaign, donations were matched dollar-for-dollar with no
AFL locations in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, South Carolina and
Washington participated in the campaign, which generated a total amount of $325,000
in the United States. AFL locations internationally also supported the annual
campaign, culminating in a $352,000 donation to communities worldwide.
AFL has an extensive Community Outreach Program that provides grants,
sponsorships, associate engagement projects, disaster relief and more. For
additional information on AFL and its community initiatives, please visit www.AFLglobal.com.