United Way kick off in October

United Way ND

In previous years, the generosity of the faculty and personnel has made Notre Dame the greatest workforce contributor in St. Joseph County, assisting improve training, well being and monetary stability of people and families in our local community.

This year, the United Way alterations emphasis, focusing on the epidemic of poverty in our neighborhood.

Poverty hurts everybody in the community—and the potential of our community—through enhanced infant mortality, bad wellness, crime and wasted human likely.

With each and every dollar you give, a life can be modified. And this 12 months, all new presents or increases on gifts of $ one hundred or much more will be matched, doubling the affect of your contribution.

Your contributions also assist the Notre Dame family—5 percent of your complete donation goes to the Notre Dame Worker Compassion Fund to support members of the campus community with emergency requirements.

Pledge on the internet at unitedway.nd.edu. Contributions may possibly be produced by payroll deduction from each and every paycheck, or you can make a single donation to be deducted from your very first paycheck in January 2015. One particular-time donations by check are also welcome. All contributions are tax-deductible. Payroll deduction pledges should be completed by Friday, Dec. twelve to enable time for processing to begin your deduction in January 2015.

Return paper pledge cards or donations by check out by means of campus mail to the Notre Dame United Way Campaign, 405 Main Developing.

For much more info on the Notre Dame campaign, visit unitedway.nd.edu. For more details on the United Way of St. Joseph County, visit uwsjc.org or contact 574-232-8201.

BE Component OF THE Change

The United Way’s emphasis:

  • Simple needs—providing a safety net of food and shelter
  • Education—preparing young children to do well in college and graduate
  • Income—moving families into fiscal stability via financial management resources and occupation abilities
  • Health—increasing wellness by lowering violence, specially domestic violence and youngster abuse

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