Windsor, March 27, 2009
ING Employee Volunteer of the Year
Presents $5,000 Grant to Windsor Education Foundation
Senior software developer and ING 2008 Employee Volunteer of the Year, Maureen Parker, presents the Windsor Education Foundation (WEF) with a $5,000 grant on behalf of the ING Foundation. The grant money will help fund public education programs.
Maureen Parker received ING’s 2008 Employee Volunteer of the Year Award for her volunteerism in the community, can-do attitude and motivation that serves as an inspiration to others. Her award included a $5,000 grant from the ING Foundation that Maureen designated to WEF.
WHO: Photo Opportunity: $5,000 Big Check to WEF
• Maureen Parker, senior software developer and ING 2008 Employee Volunteer of the Year
• Jane Garibay-WEF President, Steve Erickson- WEF Vice President, Richard Vassallo-Board Member, Michelle Carpenter-Board Member, Chris Watts-Board Member and Vice President of the Windsor Board of Education.
• WEF board members
Through ING’s charitable giving, employee volunteer programs and charitable partnerships, the company is empowering people to achieve a better future for themselves, their families and communities and others.