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United Way campaign update: deadline nears

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Pledges in support of the UW-Green Bay Brown County United Way campaign will be accepted through Friday (Nov. 30). All current staff and faculty have received emails to their inboxes from warpinsr@uwgb.edu, and another one will arrive this week. This is your opportunity to pledge support for more than 40 local non-profit organizations funded through the Brown County United Way. Click on this link to learn more about your local United Way and a video that helps share the story of need in our area: www.browncountyunitedway.org/.

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Multiple ways to pledge, give: There are many methods to pledge your support including cash or check (via paper or online form) as well as credit card, direct billing, and the easiest of all, payroll deduction. If the latter option is chosen, you can spread your pledge amount over many or all paychecks in 2013. The E-pledge process via the email link will guide you through the donation methods. There is also an opportunity to win a Ford Focus though either an additional $26 pledge compared to 2011 or a new pledge of $26 or more. Here is a link promoting this opportunity: www.browncountyunitedway.org/win.html.

Make a gift or pledge … and you’re in the drawing
Those who make a pledge in this year’s United Way campaign at UW-Green Bay are automatically entered into a drawing. Prizes include:
• Autographed Green Bay Packers football
• UW-Green Bay Men’s and Women’s Phoenix basketball tickets
• Phoenix Bookstore merchandise
• Shorewood Golf Course items
• Coffee/soda/juice mugs and cups
• and more!

If you have questions about the UW-Green Bay campaign, the Brown County United Way, or anything else as it relates to this effort, please feel free to contact Rick Warpinski, United Way campaign chair for UW-Green Bay at warpinsr@uwgb.edu or via phone at 465-2090.

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