|BRADENTON, Fla. – The United Way of Manatee County is pleased to announce that this Friday, September 28th at 7am, an exterior work project will begin at its downtown facility (1701 Tamiami Trail, Bradenton, 34205). Community Partners include Mosaic, Publix Supermarkets, Turner Tree & Landscape and their employees; all volunteering to beautify the building and grounds in a multi-phased project.
On Friday, more than 30 volunteers from Mosaic will begin pressure washing, repairing electrical systems and sprinkler features as well as implementing a new landscape design. In addition to the commitment of the many employee volunteers, Mosaic has also offered to cover the costs associated with this beautification project. Upon completion of the repairs and landscaping, Publix Supermarkets associates will paint the entire exterior of the facility.
“We are honored and grateful to have the support of such committed community partners and employees at Mosaic, Publix Supermarkets and Turner Tree & Landscape. Their generous volunteer contributions will enhance the appearance of the United Way of Manatee County and demonstrate by their actions the motto to: Give, Advocate, and Volunteer. These employees and their companies truly know what it means to LIVE UNITED.”
– Philip Brown, President of United Way of Manatee County.
United Way of Manatee County is focused on meeting the needs of the community and creating lasting, positive changes in Manatee County. Established in 1943, the United Way’s mission is to develop resources and partnerships that make measurable differences in people’s lives. By focusing on youth programs, early childhood development, services for the elderly and disabled, as well as serving those who are in crisis, United Way makes an impact on those who need it most. Information: www.uwmc.net or 941.748.1313