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Butler Raises Over $7,000 for United Way

November 22, 2016

Making a difference in the community is part of a valued principle that Butler Weihmuller Katz Craig firmly believes in: Service to their community. The Butler team participates in the United Way campaign every year, and their 2016 contribution is record-breaking! Butler employees donated over $7,300 to United Way, shattering the original goal of $6,000.

“When you are part of a community you have to be a part of the give and take. That’s what community is for: helping one another. I am so amazed and grateful that we are able to make such a difference,” said Caroline Adams, Of Counsel, who has coordinated the United Way donations for Butler over several years.

United Way is an organization that focuses on bettering communities by helping students with an education, training people to obtain stable jobs and teaching citizens about health risks. The contributions collected are used to improve lives throughout the Tampa Bay, supporting members in the community.

“I’ve been donating for 3 years. I love to participate because I know it’s going to a good cause. United way gives back to local charities in a big way,” said Patrick Malley, an IT help desk assistant at Butler.

Butler employees know how integral the community is. Whether it’s giving a one-time donation or enrolling in a reoccurring amount monthly, they know every dollar counts. Caroline and the rest of the employees look forward to being a part of the community in this way every year and are excited about the record-breaking year.

“It’s too easy to forget to give back, but when we can all unite amazing things happen,” said Caroline.

Butler Weihmuller Katz Craig would like to thank the following companies for their gracious donations:

Custom Technologies

Wallace Welch and Willingham



MyOffice Products