For Immediate Release. October 25, 2022
RE: Hollie Millholland joins the staff at the United Way of Sarnia-Lambton. The United Way of Sarnia-Lambton is pleased to announce that
Hollie Millholland has joined the staff as Resource Development Manager.
Hollie is formerly of Needham’s Marine on London Line in Sarnia,
and Sarnia Sting fans will recognize Millholland as the game day host at
Sarnia Sting home games at the Progressive Auto Sales Arena. Millholland
is replacing Rebecca Brander who had held the resource Development position for six years.
“I have heard so much about all the great volunteers, and partners of the United Way and I look forward to working with them all, especially the fundraising volunteers,” Millholland said. “I will be reaching out to many of them soon to meet and to learn more about the fundraising initiatives. I am anxious to assist in anyway that I can,” she added.
Millholland is proud to call Sarnia her home and has grown up in the area. She was a graduate of St. Francois Xavier in Sarnia and other than being away to College, has spent her life in Sarnia.
“My first couple of days were spent touring some of the many agencies funded by the United Way and learning a lot about the 30 plus programs and services that receive funding from the United Way. I am really impressed with the programs offered here and did not know many of them even existed,” she said.
Millholland previously participated in the Shell Canada Sons and Daughter program through the United Way and spent most of her time that summer with New Beginnings, ABI Stroke Recovery, one of the funded agencies of the United Way. In addition, she had volunteered with the United Way to acquire all of her volunteer hours while in high school.
“I look forward to working with Hollie and I am pleased to have a bilingual staff person with her high energy on staff. Having known Hollie in the past I know she really cares about our community,” said Dave Brown, Executive Director of the United Way of Sarnia-Lambton. I have worked with Hollie over the years on a number of projects, and as a Sarnia Sting fan myself, have seen how well Hollie works with others, and speaks while addressing the crowd at Sting games,” he said. “She will be a great addition to our small team at the United Way.”
Hollie Millholland, joins the staff at the United Way of Sarnia-Lambton and meets with members of the New Beginnings, ABI, Stroke Recovery Association, one of 17 locally funded agencies of the United Way.