GREATER MADISON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Tasc Donates To Employees' Favorite Charities

Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce issued the following announcement on Dec. 4.

MADISON, Wisconsin, December 3, 2019—TASC (Total Administrative Services Corporation) announced today that it has donated to ten of its employee’s favorite charities. Each charity will receive $1,000, for a total donation of $10,000.

The employees and their charities include: Peter Augelli and Jessie Small (Lindbergh Elementary), Heather Barnes (Hope Vibes), Barbara Ciudad (Rady Children’s Hospital), Stephanie Hayden (Reach-a-Child), Sandi Holcomb (Central Wisconsin Community Action Council), Jodi Raczkiewicz (DAIS), Melissa Sather (Majestic Hills Ranch Foundation), Don Tuscany (Camp Kesem), Sheila Vetrone (Mid-Day Women’s Alliance), and Theresa Zenchenko (Disability Rights Wisconsin).

TASC’s chief executive officer, Dan Rashke, shared that, the ten organizations were chosen due to the employee’s strong involvement with the charities. Rashke said, “these TASC employees give of their time, mind and money to help these charities continue their good work.”

About TASC

TASC is the nation’s largest privately held third-party benefits administrator with a mission to improve the health, wealth and well-being of its customers, employees and communities. TASC’s industry-changing Universal Benefit Account® eliminates redundant processes and platforms, increases accuracy, and significantly reduces administrative burdens to make benefits feel like benefits. With offices across North America, TASC services over 75,000 public and private sector clients. For more information visit or call toll free 1-800-422-4661.

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