So many people are responsible for making our Annual Toilet Paper
Drive happen once again! We are very grateful for the endless
support from Fox40, Sac-Val, Senior Gleaners, Clear Channel, The
Sacramento Bee, Cal Expo, our 175+ volunteers, our donors, our
company partners and our event partners who helped in many
70,000 – Charmin
23,700 – Enterprise Rent-A-Ca
18,174 – Intel Corporation
14,080 – CSAC Excess Insurance Authority
6,312 – The Golden 1 Credit
4,800 – Scott Brand
4,718 – Bank of America
4,686 – Simplex
2,314 – International Association of Machinists Local 1946
We are proud to announce we had 363 regional volunteers
participate in 25 volunteer projects at certified nonprofit
partners across five counties logging in 1,716 volunteer
hours. If that isn’t great enough news, we also reached
and surpassed our goal of 90 volunteer
projects for 90 years! As we celebrate 90 years serving our
regional community we are glad to share this news and have you on
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We are proud to announce we had 363 regional volunteers participate in 25 volunteer projects at certified nonprofit partners across five counties logging in 1,716 volunteer hours. If that isn’t great enough news, we also reached and surpassed our goal of 90 volunteer projects for 90 years! As we celebrate 90 years serving our regional community we are glad to share this news and have you on our side!
Thank you to our volunteers. Thank you to our nonprofit partners. Thank you to Nationwide. Thank you to Safelite. Thank you to Golden 1. Thank you to Cal Expo. Thank you to Comstock’s Magazine.Thank you to every one who joined us, came on board and made this a day one for the record books!
We are thrilled that our 5th annual LIVE UNITED Toilet Paper
Drive had a final count is229,485 rolls – far surpassing our goal of
190,000 rolls. Sac-Val Janitorial provided a 3:1 TP match, which
calculated to a whopping 39,841 rolls! THANK YOU to all who were
Thank you CSAC Excess Insurance Authority for rolling out this
year with14,080 rolls! We are continually grateful for your
increase in donations! What you do takes a lot of work and
dedication, and because of your large donation we were able to
give more rolls this year than ever before. You are a prime
example of how to LIVE UNITED!
With Enterprise Rent-A-Car we continue to be impressed with their
commitment to grow their TP collection with one of a kind
activities! This year their efforts landed them in second place
with 23,700 rolls! Also, we want to give them a round of applause
that they were the top donor from our local companies that
donated this year. United Way staff enjoyed the pre-drive TP
festivities they had this year. They built a fantastic baseball
field out of TP – complete with a taped up TP baseball! They also
had a TP cake contest and BBQ.
We think you are truly spectacular Enterprise Rent-A-Car!
Charmin has landed as our
top toilet paper donor! As a surprise donation the brand
generously gave us 70,000 rolls of toilet paper! This is the most
toilet paper any one donor has ever provided in all five years.
We were shocked and thrilled to be contacted by them and to learn
of such a hefty donation.
Thank you Charmin for your overwhelming generosity! We hope
you join us next year, and we’re sure all our nonprofits agree!
Since they will be delivering it separately we do not have
any pictures to share.
Every year Intel has increased their donation to the drive
and this year they had an outstanding donation of 18,174!
During the month of June they hoarded TP in different departments
all for a big reveal and castle building contest on the day of
the drive. All the rolls managed to fill up an entire UPS truck
without room to spare.
CSAC Excess Insurance
The Golden 1 Credit
Bank of America
WellPoint hit the mark of 3,425 rolls with the help of a cake
walk held for employees who donated toilet paper.Their drive
lasted two weeks and included other fun prizes and
incentives. We enjoy hearing how workplaces find new ways to
inspire their employees to give. By WellPoint doing their cake
walk they make an impact to those in need. Due to their
efforts, they placed themselves in the top 10!
Congratulations to Genworth for landing in the Top 10 for the
first time with their donation of 2,216 rolls! It’s wonderful to
see new companies in our region get involved with this drive
since it makes such a difference to our certified nonprofit
partners. We are thrilled to say thank you to Genworth for LIVING
UNITED this year for their generous donation.
We recognize Allied/Nationwide for collecting a total of
3,994 rolls. Uniquely this year majority of
their donations came through our online donation
tool hosted on our website we arranged with our partner
Sac-Val Janitorial Supply. We’re glad they were able utilize
this tool to donate so many rolls.
Thank you Allied/Nationwide for your commitment to be a leader in
Great work Bank of America! It’s not easy getting to that 5,000
roll mark and you surpassed it by donating a total of 5,331
rolls. Also, your volunteerism the day of the drive and
at distribution day means the world to us. Thank you
for your undeniable support to United Way, local nonprofits
and our community!
Impressively The Golden 1 Credit Union donated 6,282 rolls
of toilet paper. They’ve landed in the Top TP donor list the past
four years. Their generosity and continued support since our
first drive has truly shown us their commitment to
the community and overall dedication to make this drive
a success. Thank you for all your contributions over
the past four years!
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