T. Anthony Denton, JD, MHA
Acting Chief Executive Officer and
Chief Operating Officer
University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers
“The United Way can make a difference with your support. More than 4,360 individuals in Washtenaw County are homeless and 53% are families with children under the age of 18. One out of every 7 people struggle with food insecurity and 1 in 4 residents receive a service provided by United Way funding.
The reality is that our friends and neighbors rely heavily on United Way for housing, daycare assistance, food services, senior aid and much more.
Our yearly campaign gives us an opportunity to come together for our community -- please join and help those in need.”
Martha E. Pollack,
Provost and Executive Vice President for
Academic Affairs, University of Michigan
"The programs and agencies supported by United Way make a big difference throughout our community. The University of Michigan is a proud supporter of United Way’s work to help children, families, senior citizens, and others who need assistance.
We hope you will join us in making the 2014 campaign a success, and in doing so, help to strengthen the community of which we are a part."
2014 U-M United Way Campaign
Thank you to our faculty, staff and retirees, at the University of Michigan, for again making the U-M United Way campaign a huge success. We are still the biggest charitable campaign of all the Big 10 Schools. Go Blue!
We would also like to thank the U-M United Way Unit Volunteers for their hard work; we couldn’t do it without them.
The campaign would also like to thank U-M Athletics, M-Healthy, Matthaei Botanical Gardens, U-M Musical Society and United Way of Washtenaw for donating prizes to the campaign. For a complete list of prizes and the winners visit the prize page.
Please check back later in 2015 for information regarding next year’s U-M United Way campaign.
4th Annual United Way Day of Giving! Live on-air February 27. Download flyer / more info here.
The University of Michigan Awarded Spirit of Michigan Award
The University of Michigan has been awarded the 2014 Spirit of Michigan Award for large companies by the Michigan Association of United Ways. U-M officials accepted the award at a ceremony Tuesday, February 11, 2014 in Lansing.
The award recognizes small, medium and large Michigan companies that demonstrate community engagement strategies in the area of health, income and education. Companies are selected for their leadership in improving Michigan communities and focusing on the common good through corporate and employee engagement. Past winners have included, Ford Motor Co., Consumers Energy and Dow Chemical Co.
United Way of Washtenaw County has Received Charity Navigator’s Highest Rating - 4 Stars
United Way of Washtenaw County received the highest rating from Charity Navigator of 4 stars. To view the information regarding this visit their website. Read More.
Forbes declares United Way in the top 5 All-Star Charities.
Receives top ranking for efficient groups.
"Who deserves your charitable dollars? To help you decide, we’ve calculated the financial efficiency of the 100 U.S. charities that received the most private donations last year. We’ve also picked five all-stars–charities that are reasonably efficient (compared to their peers) and do fine work in their areas. In our tables, fundraising efficiency shows the percentage of gifts left after the expense of soliciting them...."
Campaign Starts: October 6, 2014
Campaign Ends: December 31, 2014
$1,550,000. Current Total: