United Way under way

United Way Employee Campaign 2012 has begun

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8:39 a.m., Oct. 8, 2012--The University of Delaware's 2012 United Way of Delaware employee campaign is under way.  

This year’s employee campaign — co-chaired by Interim Provost Nancy Brickhouse and Vice President for Finance and Administration JJ Davis — runs from Oct. 8 through Nov. 16.

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The United Way of Delaware is the largest fundraising organization in the state, supporting more than 100 agencies with such key goals as helping children and youth achieve their potential, promoting financial stability and independence, and improving health.  For a PowerPoint of United Way agencies, click here

The University of Delaware will be participating in two Days of Caring Projects for Exception Care for Children, Delaware’s only 24-hour, skilled pediatric nursing facility for transitional or long-term care. The dates are Fridays, Nov. 2 and 16.  UD’s United Way website will have details outlining the projects within the next week.

Those with questions regarding volunteering for United Way events can email Michele Jones at mjones@udel.edu with name and contact information.

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