Last year, Notre Dame faculty and staff donated nearly $230,000 to the United Way, the most of any workplace in St. Joseph County.
According to the United Way of St. Joseph County (UWSJC), despite an improving economy, 4 in 10 families in the county struggle to meet basic needs. And many families fall just above the federal government’s poverty line, disqualifying them for programs such as SNAP (supplemental nutrition assistance program) and child care vouchers.
Your contribution to the United Way supports efforts to reduce that number — from the agency’s own assistance programs to those offered by the Center for the Homeless, YWCA, Big Brothers Big Sisters of St. Joseph County and other community partners. A full list is available at uwsjc.org.
The University’s 2018 United Way campaign launched in October and concludes at the end of November.
Pledge or donate
Mail pledge cards through campus mail to: Attn: United Way Campaign, 405 Main Building. Mislaid your pledge card? Cut out and use the card reproduced on the facing page. Questions? Visit unitedway.nd.edu or contact Karrah Miller, director of public affairs, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 631-4588. To pledge online, visit unitedway.nd.edu and click “Donate Now.” In addition, a one-time donation can be made with cash, check or credit card.
Become a continuous donor
Notre Dame employees can continue a pledge from year to year by becoming a continuous donor. Just check the box on the donor information page when contributing online. Pledges can be adjusted annually by logging in to your account.
Double the impact of your gift! A matching grant from Indiana Association of United Ways means that each new annual gift of $100 or more, or an existing annual gift increased by $100 or more, will be matched dollar-for-dollar. The association will match up to $15,000, meaning the University could potentially add $30,000 to our campaign.