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Uponor North America Honors ‘Unsung Heroes'

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Uponor North America Honors ‘Unsung Heroes'

Uponor's Unsung Heroes campaign recognizes local ambassadors with donations to five global charities

February 24, 2023
Uponor Unsung Heroes campaign presents a check to employees for volunteering
Image: courtesy Uponor

Uponor North America, in partnership with its corporate offices in Finland, recently announced a global donation of €25,000 euros (approximately $26,600 USD) that will be split between five charities in countries Uponor serves as part of the company’s ‘Unsung Heroes’ campaign.

This internal campaign recognizes employees who volunteer and serve as ambassadors for organizations that serve their local communities. 

While more than 30 organizations nominated by Uponor employees, the following Minnesota-based non-profit groups will be receiving a $5,320 USD (€5,000) donation from Uponor:

  • The American Red Cross on behalf of Logan Chapman, maintenance technician, Supply Chain; Cristin Erdman, employee experience director, HR; Melinda Sprute, associate manager, Product Data Management; Diane Jordan, trade compliance manager, Legal Services; and Tom Ryan, warehouse supervisor, Supply Chain;
  • Stand with Ukraine MN, benefitting the Protez Foundation, on behalf of Alex Khrystych, supervisor, Operations Training;
  • Minnesota Assistance Council for Veterans (MACV) for its efforts in supporting military veterans across the state of Minnesota;
  • Emmaus Europe and Down Madrid Association will also be receiving donations on behalf of Uponor Corporation.

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