Triangle United Way Awards CBC for Consistency in Campaign

Triangle United Way Awards CBC for Consistency in Campaign

George Habel & Tom Adams
CS’ George Habel (left) accepts CBC Best Sustained Campaign Performance award from TUW 2006 Campaign Chairman Tom Adams.

Capitol Broadcasting Company believes in giving to the community through the Triangle United Way, and CBC’s annual dedication to that goal recently earned the company an award.   The Triangle United Way presented CBC with the Best Sustained Campaign Performance Award at the non-profit’s annual “Academy of Caring” event on Wednesday, April 4, 2007.

The Best Sustained Campaign Performance award honors consistency, a company who has always conducted a solid campaign.  CBC runs a Triangle United Way workplace campaign each fall, involving all divisions.  In 2006, employees and the company match gave $229,550 to the TUW.

CBC AwardRead the TUW’s award citation honoring CBC.

“CBC’s passion for the campaign [is] evidenced by their kickoff events & community impact tours to TUW member agencies,” said TUW Relationship Manager Ed Brennan. 

“It’s gratifying to be recognized for so many ‘best practices’ in how we run the annual campaign,” said CS Vice President & General Manager George Habel, co-chair of CBC’s 2006 TUW campaign.  “The really important elements, though, are CBC’s generosity and focus. The average individual gift is approaching $1,000 and 90% is earmarked for the Community Care Fund.”

Craig Chancellor
“We are proud to recognize the hard work and dedication of our community partners.  Together, we are changing lives of youth, families and seniors across the region,” says TUW President & CEO Craig Chancellor.
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The Academy Awards theme brings Oscar to the Triangle to honor those who support the Triangle United Way.
Nic Slaton Trio
The 200 guests in attendance are treated to jazz from the Nic Slaton Trio.

“Congratulations again on a superb job by a superb organization,” Brennan continued.  “For me personally, I really enjoyed working with everyone at Capitol Broadcasting in the 2006 campaign & am excited about my opportunity to work with all of you again this year!”

The TUW’s annual appreciation celebration and awards reception took place at the Arena Club at the RBC Center in Raleigh.  As guests stepped off the elevator for the evening event, a blur of flashing cameras greeted them.  Reminiscent of the Academy Awards, the red carpet literally rolled out for the supports of the Triangle United Way.

Thirty-three awards were presented throughout the course of the evening to both companies and individuals, including top honors for Rex Healthcare, which received the Chairman’s Award of Excellence for Best Overall Performance.

George Habel
CS’ George Habel proudly displays the award he helped CBC to win with his leadership of the 2006 campaign.
Tom Adams & Craig Chancellor
Time Warner Raleigh President & 2006 Campaign Chairman Tom Adams (left) & TUW President & CEO Craig Chancellor serve as co-masters of ceremonies. 
Tom Adams
Tom Adams receives a award for his service as head of the United Way Fundraising Committee.
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Lights, camera, action! The evening is an Academy Awards-worthy affair.

 

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