“As a ‘Top 50 Most Generous Workplace,’ you serve as a role model for corporate social responsibility which in turn creates a culture of caring among your employees,” wrote Kristi Huber, United Way of Cass-Clay president, in a letter to NDSU President Dean L. Bresciani. “Thank you for giving your team the opportunity to invest in our comprehensive, communitywide strategies that are improving lives across our community.”
NDSU was recognized March 16 in front of nearly 650 people who attended the 2017 United Way Report to the Community and Annual Meeting.
“When you invest in United Way, you invest in the bold community goals of reducing hunger and homelessness, preparing children to succeed, helping people be independent and lifting people out of poverty,” Huber wrote.
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