United Way Cornerstone Companies and Regional Partners give the Community Action Fund Thermometer a boost to more than 3,800 residents in Northern New Mexico that will have access to programs in 2017. From left, UWNNM’s Kristy Ortega, Paul Cook of Cray Inc., LANL CPO’s Debbi Wersonick, Plateau Property Management’s Jeanne Bridge, LANB’s Liddie Martinez, New Mexico Bank & Trust’s Pam Mayfield and Lesley Harelson, Plateau Property Management’s Bruce Norman mnd Mike Lippiatt. Courtesy photo
There is a cost of doing business in all industries, even the nonprofit industry. United Way of Northern New Mexico has had the pleasure to partner with businesses so that these costs are covered.
The Cornerstone program of UWNNM gives the opportunity for businesses to invest in United Way to allow for research, coordination and advocating for nonprofits, and programs for residents in Northern New Mexico. Cornerstone Company investments makes it possible for individual investments to go to programs with no associated fees.
“The investment from Cornerstone Companies does not just go to United Way of Northern New Mexico it extends to another 30 nonprofits working on the most critical needs for residents in Los Alamos and Rio Arriba,” Executive Director of UWNNM Kristy Ortega.
- Los Alamos National Bank;
- Los Alamos Medical Center;
- Plateau Property Management;
- Re/Max of Los Alamos; and
- New Mexico Bank & Trust.
UWNNM Regional Partners – Los Alamos National Laboratory and Los Alamos National Security – make significant investments into United Way of Northern Mexico for its work in the region and also LANL and LANS facilitate companywide employee giving campaigns where they tend to match the funds their employees invest.
For more information about the Cornerstone Program or to help organize an employee giving campaign in the workplace, call 505.662.0800 or email email@example.com.