United Way Campaign at Indiana State University
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2018-19 Campaign News
Faculty and staff are encouraged to donate $20 or more toward the 2018-2019 campaign. Thank you to all those who have contributed in the past and we hope you will consider doing so again.
Andy Morgan & Susan Powers
Co-Chairs of the Campus United Way Committee
2018-19 Committee members are Susan Powers, Andy Morgan, Santhana Naidu, Courtney Richey, Mary Kelly, Beverly Grubb, Lisa Stein, Donna Isbell, & Jacquelyn Smith
2018-19 United Way Committee (left to right): 1st Row: Beverly Grubb, Susan Powers (Co-Chair), & Santhana Naidu. 2nd Row: Mary Kelly & Jacquelyn Smith. 3rd Row: ISU President Deborah Curtis, ISU First Gentleman Lynn Curtis, & Andy Morgan (Co-Chair). Not pictured: Courtney Richey & Lisa Stein.
United Way of Indiana State University
Participating in Indiana State University's United Way campaign is an opportunity to join together to make a difference in our community. As we look beyond Indiana State to our surrounding communities, the needs are great and seem to grow with each year. United Way provides us an effective way that we can all be part of the effort to address those needs. It is an opportunity to show that Indiana State cares and prove that together we can do so much more than we can alone. In 2017-18, 306 faculty and staff raised more than $60,750 for the United Way. It is an event for the entire campus community to join together and demonstrate support for those organizations and people in need. Indiana State's United Way campaign operates on a completely voluntary basis; we hope you will participate because you see this as a valuable way to support many of the helping agencies in the communities where we live and work.
Our 2018-19 campaign kicks off on September 10 and will conclude in January 2019.
United Way of the Wabash Valley - UWWV
The United Way of the Wabash Valley represents more than 60 programs in six counties in Indiana and Illinois - Vigo, Vermillion, Parke, Sullivan, Clay, and Clark. By pooling our donations, and letting our local United Way volunteers carefully evaluate applications from human services agencies, your gifts go farther. Learn more how United Way is helping the Wabash Valley by watching this video.
There are many ways you can help. Three statements below illustrate how - GIVE, ADVOCATE, or VOLUNTEER.
The power of your gifts helps to empower the lives of thousands. Your gifts will help people in many different ways. Visit How to Give for instructions.
Review teams of community volunteers determine the distribution of your contributions to programs of United Way partner agencies.
You can make change happen with your voice. Get informed. Tell your friend. Write a letter to the editor. United Way needs people who are passionate to make some noise. Make it known that the United Way of the Wabash Valley is improving people's lives in our community.
Share yourself through your time and skills where it counts in our community. The United Way of the Wabash Valley can help you find a perfect match to make a difference in other people's lives. United Way's Volunteer Connection services all nonprofit organizations in Vigo, Vermillion, Parke, Sullivan. Clay, and Clark counties. Visit www.uwwv.org for a list of local volunteer opportunities.