Members of the Oshkosh Defense fundraising team delighted their co-workers while raising money in holiday costumes. Employee donations provided funding for 45,000 meals. Wilson Jones, President and CEO of Oshkosh Corporation lead employee volunteers and their families at the Feed a Family meal packing event in April, 2016 Oshkosh Corporation volunteers and their families packaged 45,000+ meals for local families Oshkosh Corporation volunteers and their families packaged 45,000+ meals for local families Oshkosh Corporation volunteers and their families packaged 45,000+ meals for local families Jen Golz, Oshkosh Corporation and Corey, United Way intern, played games with kids and families at the Touch a Truck Event Friends from BMO Harris Bank created thank you cards for local firefighters, police officers and EMTs with Boys & Girls Club members on Day of Caring After finishing a huge project at Oshkosh Community Pantry on Day of Caring, Hoffmaster volunteers settled in for a group photo. Justin Delager, OCVB, was busy removing shrubs and debri at Clarity Care on Day of Caring. Barb Herzog and Judy Britton became the faces of United Way at the Farmers Markets. Thanks for your service, ladies! Girls Leading Our World (GLOW) members worked with Boys & Girls Club members to create greeting cards on Day of Caring I 29, B 15... Day of Caring volunteers played bingo with Park View residents Melissa Kohn, Petra Roter and Mary Olson shared their time and talents as volunteer Chairs of the United Way campaign Oshkosh Mid-Morning Kiwanis and other K family members provided a fresh coat of paint at the Born Learning Trail in Roe Park U.S. Bank Volunteers tackled a cleaning project on Day of Caring Festival volunteers made new decorations for Celebration of Lights on Day of Caring Mei Bloechl at the Oshkosh Farmers Market Welcoming smiles from Mary Busha, Karen Salszieder and Sue Schedel at Campaign Kick Off Julie Ortman, Wellness Director at Verve, got everyone moving on Day of Caring. United Way Whip 'n Nae Nae! Sandra Reeser and Kim Price were happy to help prepare books for the children's area at Winnebago Literacy Council on Day of Caring Lutheran Homes of Oshkosh volunteers did some major spring cleaning at Court Towers during Day of Caring Veronica Stueber, Oshkosh Corporation, removed shrubbery at Clarity Care on Day of Caring Free Tax assistance is just one way United Way helps people in the community on their path to financial stability. Bruce Williams, current Oshkosh United Way President, Day of Caring volunteers and Red Cross staff and volunteers pose with the Golden Shovel Award on Day of Caring. The Saving Lives project received the award for its impact in our community. THANK YOU VOLUNTEERS! Every year hundreds of volunteers lend their time and talents to fight for a brighter future - for everyone.