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United Way Campaign Extended to Dec. 14


Posted 11/28/2018
Submitted by Jonathan Easterbrook
Category: Reminders
A total of 44 faculty and staff members have donated to the campaign thus far.

A total of 44 faculty and staff members have donated to the campaign thus far.

The University’s annual campaign for United Way ends on Friday, Dec. 14. Please see your customized giving link that was resent as part of an email from United Way on Nov. 26. If you did not receive or deleted this email, please contact Lynn Galvin at ext. 4250.

Almost every area of campus has a campaign volunteer (see listing), but if you don’t know how to reach someone for help or to request a paper pledge form, please contact Lynn Galvin at ext. 4250 or Chris Grant at ext. 4220. As in the past, we will have a drawing for those who participate in the campaign. For giving at any level, we will have the following prizes available:

  • Gift certificates to the Campus Store
  • Two gift packs and tickets to either Men’s or Women’s Basketball (VIP Section) during the 2018–19 season
  • Free parking for next year on campus (2019–20 academic year)
  • Four tickets to the Garmany music performance, Spring 2019
  • Four tickets to any performance of The Hartt School Community Division’s Nutcracker
  • One-year membership to The Sports Center (fitness center) beginning January 2019
  • Gift certificate to Carbone’s Kitchen in Bloomfield
  • Hewlett-Packard all-in-one printer donated by Procurement Services.
  • Two tickets for a day-long professional conference titled “Women Who Build” on February 21. Donated by the Construction Institute

In addition, one lucky individual will be eligible to go to lunch with President Gregory Woodward.

Only one prize per person will be awarded.

Follow the progress towards our campaign goal here.

 

A total of 44 faculty and staff members have donated to the campaign thus far.

A total of 44 faculty and staff members have donated to the campaign thus far.