November 29, 2011
Five ways to Live United
Less than two weeks remain to choose to Live United! Participating in the K-State United Way Campaign demonstrates support of our neighbors and helps impact the quality of life for people in our community who need it most.
The K-State United Way Campaign will conclude Friday, Dec. 9. There are several ways to participate in the 2011 K-State United Way Campaign:
- Payroll deduction
- Credit card
- Cash or check
- Request to be billed
- Volunteer your time to assist in the community
All United Way of Riley County member agencies receive a portion of your contribution, but you can choose to contribute to a particular key area: education, income and health.
More than 495 participants have already donated $74,865.98 to make a difference in our community. If we all give a little, we can accomplish a lot.
Haven’t received your K-State United Way contribution materials?
Visit the United Way website.
Why do you Live United?
View this video to see why K-Staters on our campus choose to give to the United Way.
This year’s campaign goals are:
1,000 total participants
$200,000 in donations
United Way’s Winter Warm-Up Coat Drive
The United Way is collecting new and gently used coats, hats, scarves, gloves and winter boots. The items will be distributed to those in need in the greater Manhattan area. Please bring items to the department of sociology, anthropology and social work in 204 Waters Hall by Wednesday, Nov. 30. Visit the Riley County United Way's website for more information.