United Way raffle drawing winners announced

2022 United Way Raffle Winner Graphics Website

The Office of Public Affairs thanks faculty and staff who participated in the 2022 United Way campaign.

The United Way of St. Joseph County (UWSJC) is a nonprofit dedicated to reducing poverty by taking a whole-community, or a united, approach. One agency cannot address all aspects of poverty, but the work of several local agencies can.

The UWSJC raises money in the community, including at Notre Dame. Then local nonprofits apply for United Way grants to provide opportunities for early learning, youth success, stable families and critical needs in the community. Plus, 5 percent of the campaign dollars raised by the University is deposited into the Notre Dame Compassion Fund, an emergency assistance program for our faculty and staff.

To incentivize giving at Notre Dame, offices across campus donated prizes for a raffle. The following names were picked in a random drawing. Names entered into the raffle are first-time donors giving $10 or more a month and those who increased their giving by $10 or more a month.


  • One-hour photo shoot on campus: 
    • Daniel Bremer, Higher-Powered Learning associate program director, Alliance for Catholic Education
  • One night’s stay at the Morris Inn: 
    • John Kelly, product program manager, University Enabling Technology Services
  • $100 gift certificate for Rohr’s: 
    • Brent Bach, facilities administrator, Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
  • Four tickets to a men’s basketball game: 
    • Douglas Hall, associate professor of electrical engineering
  • Round of golf at Warren Golf Course: 
    • Eun-Young (Julia) Kim, visiting associate teaching professor, Center for the Study of Languages and Cultures
  • Reserved campus parking spot for a year (2): 
    • Elizabeth (Anne) Roycroft, associate director of accreditation, Institute for Educational Initiatives, Alliance for Catholic Education
    • Patrick Fay, professor of electrical engineering
  • Voucher for five free meals at North or South Dining Hall (2): 
    • Ryan Kreager, software architect in residence, IDEA Center
    • Timothy Flanagan, associate general counsel, Office of General Counsel