Combined Campaign runs through Oct. 27

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Combined Campaign runs through Oct. 27

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University of Nebraska-Lincoln employees again have the chance to affect the lives of thousands through the Lincoln-area Combined Campaign for Health and Human Services.

The annual community pledge drive runs through Oct. 27.

The Combined Campaign benefits three federations — Community Health Charities of Nebraska, Community Services Fund of Nebraska and United Way of Lincoln and Lancaster County. The three federations represent more than 130 local agencies that assist members of the community.

“Our university is part of this community, and we have an opportunity to give back to help those who are in need,” Chancellor Ronnie Green said. “While we are all impacted differently, we can all unite by giving to the United Way or one of its partners. Please join me in taking action to make the lives of our children, families, neighbors and co-workers a little better.” 

A variety of giving options are offered. Employees may give to any specific agency or to the three general funds.

This year marks the first digital campaign for the university – pledge packets will not be distributed, as in previous years. Using Internet Explorer, click here to sign in with your NU ID and enter the password “gobigred.” Once logged in, you will be prompted to create a new password. For those wishing to access a printable version of the pledge form, click here. Printed pledge forms can be brought to Kendra Ellis in 307 Canfield Administration.

Any technical questions can be directed to Michelle Campbell at or 402-441-7173.

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