Miron Construction Co., Inc. has once again surpassed its United Way combined corporate and employee campaign goal. Miron employees far exceeded expectations and the organization raised more than $483,000 during its 2020 campaign, an increase of $50,000 from 2019. Because of this, United Way Fox Cities has named Miron the “Medium Company Champion Top Performance Award” winner for its 2020 campaign.
“Miron’s passion for building excellence in the community shone again as its Fox Cities’ team had their best-ever campaign, which is vitally important and needed right now,” said Sandy Drexler, United Way Fox Cities’ vice president, resource development. “With Dave Voss’ leadership, more than three-quarters of the employees made a gift. It’s incredibly inspiring that more than half of the donors gave $500 or more. Commitment and generosity to United Way is deeply engrained in the company. Their performance earned the Miron team another well-deserved award for campaign excellence. This was their 11th award since the team integrated United Way into their culture in 2012. Wow! Thank you to Dave and the entire team at Miron.”
“Once again, the generosity of our employees astounds me,” said David G. Voss, Jr., president & CEO of Miron Construction and United Way Fox Cities Leadership Giving Chair. “COVID-19 has rocked our world in ways we never could have imagined or planned for. At Miron, we were incredibly lucky to have kept our entire workforce working during the pandemic, and we realize not everyone has been this fortunate. I’m not surprised Team Miron stepped up and gave back to their neighbors in need during this unprecedented time. I’m incredibly proud of their contributions.”
Miron’s collective commitment to strengthening communities is apparent in its employees’ ongoing donation of time, talent, and treasure. Each year they make a significant impact on the programs and services supported by United Way throughout each of the communities in which Miron offices are located, including the Fox Cities, Green Bay, Madison, Milwaukee, Wausau, and Eau Claire, Wisconsin, as well as Cedar Rapids, Iowa.