Connecting Point Awarded United Way Centennial Circle AwardPictured above: Ross Jordan, Scott Warner and Jesse Rosales receiving the United Way Centennial Circle Award at the United Way of Weld County “Mad Hatter” event at Island Grove Events Center on Saturday evening, March 18th.

Connecting Point has been a recipient of this award for the past several years.  Here are the criteria for the award:

The Centennial Circle is Weld County's United Way's highest honor for corporations, businesses and organizations for their outstanding generosity. Centennial Circle companies are recognized in publications, in the media and the annual "Thank You Celebration."

Criteria Includes:

  • Employee participation as a Campaign Executive, Campaign Division Chair, contribution of a significant in kind gift (value of $5,000), $50,000 Cornerstone Partner level, or team of ten employees participating in Day of Caring or Weld Project Connect.
    • Achievement of a 10 percent increase in corporate and employee giving or top 20 percent of all per capita giving or top 10 giving companies.
    • Management Participation in the Tillers Club individual leadership giving program.

Connecting Point is honored to have received this award from The United Way of Weld County.