DU - United Way Campaign

    In 2012, Duquesne raised $116,608 and surpassed its goal by more than $31,000. The campaign saw an almost 30 percent gain in overall participation rate from the previous year and a 50 percent gain in the number of campaign leaders. Check back for updates on this year's campaign.

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    The United Way campus luncheon raises awareness of community needs.

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    Thank You for Supporting the 2013 United Way Campaign

    Surpassing our Goals

    Thanks to the generosity and commitment of the campus community, Duquesne University exceeded its $85,000 United Way of Allegheny County campaign goal and raised $104,929.

    In all, 516 employees--or 33 percent--participated and collectively pledged or donated more than $64,000 and many more contributed through special events and raffles, which rasied an additional $7,517. Twenty seven leaders donated a $1,000 or more for a total of $33,343.

    Funds raised through the campaign are used to address critical needs in local communities.

    The 2013 United Way Chairperson was Dr. Evan Stoddard, Associate Dean, McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts and Co-chair was Nicole Feldhues, Director, Career Services Center.

    Congratulations to Campaign Prize Winners

    Michael Bryer, Early Bird Drawing Winner
    Dr. Ronald Polansky, iPAD Raffle Winner


    This year you can support service that Duquesne University's own faculty and students are giving to the community through the United Way. Dr. Leni Resick and student Yulian Lutsif explain the impact your gift to Duquesne's Nurse-managed Wellness Centers can have. The Center, along with other University supported programs, is listed in the 2013 Donor Choice Regional Designation Code book which is available for download on the right.

    For many, giving to Duquesne's United Way Campaign is an opportunity to support the University commitment to the service of others, but for individuals like Dr. Evan Stoddard, associate dean of the McAnulty College, it is a chance to say thank you:

    The United Way of Allegheny County has made a positive impact in the lives of many people in our community. If you have a United Way story to share, please contact Shelly Boehm.

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