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Valley Oaks Receives United Way Award

Who wouldn’t want to throw a pie in their boss’s face? For a good cause, of course.

In 2020, Valley Oaks Health helped raise money for United Way of Greater Lafayette by throwing pies in the faces of 20 managers, including CEO Tom Gilliom. 

This fundraiser earned our Staff Retention Committee the United Way’s Employee Campaign Coordinator of the Year Award whose creativity and dedication translated into a fun and engaging campaign that boosted employee morale while providing critical support to the community. 

Learn more about the award here.

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