Last chance to give to the UW-Green Bay United Way campaign

This is it!  UW-Green Bay’s Brown County United Way campaign will close on Monday Dec. 17, 2018 at 2 p.m.  Please consider making a commitment now to support our local community. We’ve surpassed $7,000 in commitment from more than 35 of colleagues. Will you join them in helping our local community through the intensive efforts of the Brown County United Way? Donation amounts of any size are welcome and can really make a difference in support of those less fortunate. A donation of $26 will enter your name into a drawing for a 2018 Nissan Kicks. Check your email inbox (dated Dec. 13, 2018) for a message from uwgbgiving@browncountyunitedway.org for your unique link to pledge to this year’s campaign.  Questions regarding the campaign can be directed to Rick Warpinski, #2090 or warpinsr@uwgb.edu.

UW-Green Bay and Brown County United Way campaign update

Three weeks in and UW-Green Bay’s participation in the Brown County United Way campaign is slightly ahead of last year’s pace with 16 donors contributing nearly $2,600 to the United Way. Want to join them? Please check your email from uwgbgiving@browncountyunitedway.org dated Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018 for your unique link to give back to our local community.

 

Why you should consider supporting Brown County United Way

Want to learn more about what our local United Way does in our community? Visit the Brown County United Way website, watch the United Way 2018 Campaign video and read about the Brown County United Way’s Community Partnership for Children. Join the thousands of Brown County residents who contributed more than $4 million to the United Way in 2017, supporting 36 programs within 26 Brown County agencies.

Why support the Brown County United Way?

Want to learn more about what our local United Way does in our community? Visit the Brown County United Way website, watch the United Way 2018 Campaign video and read about the Brown County United Way’s community partnership for children. Join the thousands of Brown County residents who contributed more than $4 million to the United Way in 2017, supporting 36 programs within 26 Brown County agencies.

Brown County United Way campaign – closes Monday Dec. 18

The campaign to generate pledges to support the local United Way will close on Monday, Dec. 18, 2017.  If you have already made a pledge — organizers thank you!  If not, please consider making a pledge at any level of support for this excellent support network right here in Brown County. The campaign for this year has generated nearly 40 pledges totaling more than $6,900 in support of the United Way’s efforts to strengthen our local community.  If you are interested in making a pledge, please see your email inbox from Tuesday, Dec. 12 from uwgbgiving@browncountyunitedway.org where your unique link grants you access to the United Way’s secure E-Pledge server. Please consider helping UW-Green Bay support our local community through the Brown County United Way. Feel free to contact Rick Warpinski, campaign chair, at warpinsr@uwgb.edu or #2090, with your questions or to have your unique link-included email resent to you.

 

 

Update: Brown County United Way campaign

The campaign to generate pledges to support the local United Way will come to close soon. Please consider making a pledge at any level of support for this support network right here in Brown County. This year’s campaign has generated 27 pledges totaling more than $4,800 in support of the United Way’s efforts to strengthen our local community. If you are interested in making a pledge, please see your email inbox from Tuesday Nov. 21st from uwgbgiving@browncountyunitedway.org where your unique link grants you access to the United Way’s secure E-Pledge server. Please consider helping campus organizers reach a goal of 100 pledges and $20,000 in support for the Brown County United Way. Contact Rick Warpinski, campaign chair, at warpinsr@uwgb.edu or extension 2090, with your questions or to have your unique link-included email resent to you.

 

 

Green Bay Athletics and Shorewood Golf Course are helping the United Way

Once again Green Bay Athletics is helping support the United Way by providing an incentive for participation in the campaign.  Tickets for women’s basketball are being offered at the following levels:

  • Donate at least $25 and receive a “Buy One Ticket, Get One Ticket Free” offer to attend a Phoenix women’s basketball game at the Kress during the 2017-2018 season
  • Donate at least $50 and receive “Two Tickets for Free” to attend a Phoenix women’s basketball game at the Kress during 2017-2018 season
  • Donate at least $100 and receive “Two Rounds of Golf with Golf Car and Lunch for Two” at Shorewood (in addition to the “Two Tickets for Free” offer)

Faculty note: Ruzek receives Shining Star Award

Brown County United Way recognized Joy Ruzek, Executive Director, Division of Continuing Education and Community Engagement (formerly Outreach and Extension), with the Shining Star Award at its annual breakfast and awards ceremony Feb. 21. The Shining Star Award honors individuals or organizations which have had an extraordinary impact on the United Way organization. Tundra Lodge Resort & Conference Center was the host site.