United Way Campaign Reaches 88% of Goal, Prize Winners Announced

Through faculty, staff, retiree and special events donations, the Pitt United Way Campaign has reached nearly 90% of its overall $750,000 goal by raising more than $660,000.

The campaign will accept donations through the end of March 2020, and programming will continue during the spring 2020 semester.

Jan. 6 prize drawing winners

Faculty and staff who donate to the Pitt United Way Campaign are automatically entered into a prize drawing. This year, winners will be drawn every other week. Everyone who donates to the Pitt campaign is eligible to win in all of the weekly prize drawings. Prizes include Pitt umbrellas, lunch for two at the University Club, vacation days and designated on-campus parking spaces for one month and special mystery prizes throughout the campaign. 

Congratulations to the following winners from the Jan. 6 prize drawings:

Pitt umbrella
Emily Snyder, Advising Center, Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences
Elizabeth O’Keefe, School of Medicine

Half sheet cake from a campus bakery
Kathleen Sidorovich, Health Sciences Research Administration

Vacation Day
Sharon Coyne, Office of the Registrar

Designated Parking Spot for February
Michael Moran, Cost Accounting, Office of the Chief Financial Officer

The next prize drawing will be Monday, Jan. 20.

How to donate

The Pitt United Way Campaign website has information about how you can donate to support the Pitt campaign.

Options to give include online through a recurring payroll deduction or a one-time gift; or by credit card, check or pledge form. There is still time to set up payroll deduction to begin in January by completing the pledge form by Monday, Jan. 13.

Donors can contribute to the United Way Impact Fund, through which the United Way targets funds to support the local agencies that serve populations facing the most critical current needs, or donors can instead choose from hundreds of local and regional organizations to direct their contributions toward.