A very important piece of Hoefer Wysocki’s culture is to give back to the community. This year, we celebrated our 10th annual “United Way Week” to raise awareness and funds for United Way of Greater Kansas City.
United Way Week is a week-long competition where our offices are split into six teams that compete to raise the most money for United Way. This year’s theme was “Animal House,” with individual team themes being jungle, woodlands, prehistoric, under the sea, safari, and farm. The teams’ hard work and participation helped raise more than $13,000 for people in need within the Kansas City community.
United Way of Greater Kansas City is a non-profit organization that refine and refocus work to help provide community members in need with new opportunities to enter into a cycle of success. The organization focuses on key needs at every stage of life, and gives children, young adults, and families the tools they need to be successful. The end result is highly impactful work with community partners that builds a better life for all of us.
We enjoyed contributing to a wonderful cause to benefit our community members in need. Check out our costumes below: