By the numbers: University raises funds for United Way

April 25, 2016 10:29 a.m.

United Way officials and Princeton University representatives gathered April 22 on campus to acknowledge the $142,890 raised for the United Way in this year's campaign.

The campaign raised $125,689 in contributions from faculty, staff and retirees — $94,672 from the main campus, $23,866 from the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory and $7,151 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 $17,201.

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.

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United Way of Greater Mercer County Vice President for Resource Development Sandra Toussaint-Burgher (second from left) joined University staff members Jessica Talarick (left), Erin Metro (center left), and Kristen Appelget (second from right) from the Office of Community and Regional Affairs; Daniel Sherman (center right) from the Office of Finance and Treasury; and Jaclyn Immordino (right) from the Office of Human Resources, in recognizing the University's contributions to the United Way campaign. (Photo by Denise Applewhite, Office of Communications)