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K-State Today

October 31, 2013



Last call to make a difference with the K-State United Way Campaign

By Communications and Marketing

The K-State United Way Campaign is coming to a close, but you still have a short time to make a contribution and earn the chance to get something in return. Pledging is online, and it's easy — go to Employee Self Service/HRIS or donate with a credit card to United Way of Riley County.

Pledge your donation by Friday, and you will be entered in a drawing for two tickets to a men's basketball game, two tickets to a women's basketball game and tickets to the McCain Performance Series.

Why give to United Way?

  • United Way-funded programs directly served more than 29,000 individuals in 2012 — that's more than one in three of us.
  • Ninety-nine cents of every dollar raised by our local United Way is invested within its six-county region, helping those who need it most.
  • More than 250 volunteers work to raise funds during the annual fall United Way campaign.
  • Funds raised this fall will help provide services to 12 community partner agencies that offer 20 programs in our six service counties: Clay, Marshall, Pottawatomie, Riley, Wabaunsee and Washington.

Don't miss out on an opportunity to give to your community. Make a pledge today.