Although the York Cares United Way Campaign is wrapping up, there is still time to donate.
As of Tuesday, $187,569 has been raised for the United Way and the campaign has achieved a 10 per cent participation rate.
From left, political science Professor David Leyton-Brown, master of Calumet College,who won a York golf bag; Sally Murciano, executive account manager at Data Integrity, which donated an iPod Nano for the campaign; Monica Gola, who won a $10 Country Style (Kosher) deli gift certificate; and John McNamara, who won a York varsity jacket.
Anyone wishing to donate can use their UW@Work e-mail to do so until Dec. 14 or contact email@example.com by January for a paper pledge form.
The final draw winners for the campaign are Monica Gola, who teaches in the School of Nursing in the Faculty of Health and won a $10 Country Style (Kosher) deli gift certificate, and John McNamara, web communications coordinator in the Office of the Dean in the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies, who won a York varsity jacket.
Rosa Cichella, manager, purchasing, finance & accounting at the York University Bookstore, holding a copy of Las Nubes: Conservation in the Cloud Forests of Costa Rica, several of which the bookstore donated as campaign prizes.
Visit the United Way Toronto website for more information on the city’s overall campaign and its goal of raising $116 million.
Every pledge to the United Way helps to build a city where every person is able to reach their full potential; a city where every neighbourhood is thriving; a city that is healthy today; a city poised for a bright future.