2021 United Way campaign
Photo courtesy of United Way.
Investing in our community is always important to UAF. Each year UAF holds a United Way workplace campaign and each year UAF comes through. We raised $30,000 last year. But last year was different. In spring 2020, the United Way came through for UAF! The staff at United Way heard that our students were struggling because of the pandemic, and United Way gave $25,000 to the UAF Student Support Fund!
United Way campaign closes, award winners announced
The UAF United Way workplace campaign ended Thursday, Dec. 16, raising $23,190 for United Way. Read more...
United Way of the Tanana Valley 2021 Campaign Video
United Way 2021 agency spotlights:
Would you like to learn more about other partner agencies? Feel free to watch another presentation:
About the UAF United Way campaign
UAF is a proud supporter of United Way of the Tanana Valley. For many years, UAF employees and students have generously contributed time, talent and dollars to United Way, helping to ensure health, education and income stability for all people in our community. One in four people in Fairbanks has been helped by a United Way member agency, and the need continues. By supporting the United Way of the Tanana Valley, we can make sure help is there when it is needed.
UAF held a successful United Way campaign for 2019. UAF employees raised $22,968 to benefit nonprofit organizations in our community! Thank you, UAF employees!
Even though the 2019 campaign has officially ended, you are still able to opt in at any time to make payroll contributions at www.unitedwaytv.com/uaf. The University is proud to offer employees a way to engage and give back to our community. You can make tax deductible contributions through payroll deduction to any nonprofit you choose, or have your gift go to the United Way Community Care Fund, supporting 20 local nonprofit organizations. Thank you again for your work for the university, and our community.
Community Impact 2019: 40832 youths and 30537 adults served; 208492 meals provided; 78425 nights in emergency shelters, recovery, reentry and residential housing provided; 7996 health screenings provided; 1198 children given child and after school care; $857017 total funds raised; $114365 covid-19 funds raised.