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2019-01-24

Miller Ingenuity Gives Back Through Annual Charitable Giving Campaign

Winona, MN – Employees from Miller Ingenuity recently presented a total of $12,346 to be split among two organizations, Team Vogel vs. Cancer and the Children’s Miracle Network, as part of the company’s annual Employee Charitable Giving/Volunteer Campaign. The employee-driven campaign, now in its third year, has raised $34,956 to-date for local and national organizations who are selected through a company-wide survey. Through employee donations, payroll deduction pledges, and a company match, the campaign saw an increase of 15% in donations this year with an impressive 70% employee participation rate.

“I continue to be impressed at the passionate effort that our company displays during our annual charitable giving campaign,” said Steve Blue, President and CEO of Miller Ingenuity. “For the past three years, our employees have worked hard to surpass our goals and participation rates and as a result, are able to contribute toward the success of these important organizations. It is my hope that the success of our program inspires other companies in our community to adopt an employee-driven charitable giving campaign in 2019.”

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