Northwestern University's United Way Campaign
October 6 to December 18, 2015
Northwestern University's 2015 United Way campaign campaign is now underway! As one of the largest employers in the area, Northwestern University's contributions make a tremendous impact in the communities in which we live and work. Whatever the amount you contribute, your donation is greatly appreciated.
Please refer to the email you received on October 6 for your customized log-in information to make your donation via United Way's secure website, eWay. You can give by payroll deduction, check, or credit card. You can direct your donation to the United Way or a different charity of your choice. All donors are encouraged to use eWay, but you may also download a 2015 paper pledge form to complete and submit.
If you misplace your log-in email, go to the eWay website and click "Forgot Password" to reset your password. Your username is your Northwestern University email address.
United eWay Help is able to assist with log-in information, donation website, donation history, and tax receipts.
In order to sync up all payroll donations with the start of the calendar year, all payroll deductions will take effect January 2016. For employees who are paid bi-weekly, payroll deductions will be taken out of the second paycheck of the month.
If you need to make changes to your monthly payroll deduction, please contact Northwestern University’s Payroll Department at: 847-491-7362 (Evanston), 312-503-9700 (Chicago), or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Basketball Ticket Coupons
All donors will have the option to receive a coupon for two free tickets to the February 27, 2016, Northwestern vs. Rutgers men's basketball game. You will be given instructions on how to obtain the ticket coupon in the confirmation email sent to you once you've donated (or if donating via paper form, check the appropriate box). The total face value of two tickets is $60, and the receipt of the coupon will reduce the charitable tax deduction associated with your donation by that amount.