This article is from the archives of the UB Reporter.

Campaign at 87 percent of goal

Published: Dec. 6, 2012

UB’s 2012 Employees Campaign for the Community has raised $713,645.30, or 87.6 percent of its goal of $815,000.

The amount raised as of Dec. 5 is based on the response of 45.5 percent of UB employees who have either made a gift or declined.

The campaign has featured a number of incentives to encourage employee to donate to the campaign. Only those individuals who made a donation to the campaign were eligible to win.

Prize winners were Stephen P. Roder, Enterprise Infrastructure Services, spring 2013 parking pass; Steven B. Olszewski, Network and Classroom Services, $50 gift certificate to the Blue Fire Grill in the Buffalo Niagara Marriott; Pao Lo Liu, Electrical Engineering, HP Photosmart 6250 printer; and Kerry L. Lynch, TCIE, a Nook.

To make a pledge online, visit the campaign website.

To view the scorecard that shows percent to goal for all units, visit the campaign website.

The campaign runs through the end of the semester. A. Scott Weber, senior vice provost for academic affairs, is campaign chair.