By the numbers: University raises funds for United Way
Posted May 9, 2014; 01:19 p.m.
United Way officials and Princeton University representatives gathered May 1 in Chancellor Green to acknowledge the $169,767.65 raised for the United Way in this year's campaign.
The campaign raised $149,261.86 in contributions from faculty, staff and retirees — $109,968.42 from the main campus, $27,351.00 from the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory and $6,978.00 from retirees.
The University matched gifts with 15 cents on the dollar for every payroll deduction contribution and 10 cents on the dollar for all other gifts, for a total University contribution of $20,505.79.
All donations will be distributed to United Way programs in Mercer County or employees' home communities, or to other health and human services agencies that were designated by individual donors.
United Way of Greater Mercer County CEO Herb Klein (second from right) and executives Judith McClellan (second from left) and Jodi Inverso (center) join University staff members Kristen Appelget (right), and Jaclyn Immordino (left) in recognizing the University's contributions to the United Way campaign. (Photo by Denise Applewhite, Office of Communications)