Make a donation, make a difference

Donating to United Way/Centraide is easy. And, with one of the lowest administrative overheads of any Canadian charity, you can rest assured that at least 85 cents on every dollar donated will go directly towards supporting those in greatest need of help.

Carleton employees can expect to be visited by a United Way/Centraide canvasser soon. Canvassers will leave all employees with an envelope and donation form, both of which should be returned to the canvasser at a later date, regardless of whether you decide to make a donation or not.

In the case of retired faculty and staff, pledge forms will be delivered and can similarly be returned by mail.

Donations can be made by cheque, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, or cash, (although please do not send cash through the mail.)

Full-time faculty and staff members have the added advantage of setting up donations through payroll deduction. Payroll deduction is an easy and affordable way to make a difference for one whole year (January to December). Retired faculty and staff can do the same through pre-authorized bank withdrawal. Donating just ten dollars per pay provides nutritious meals to three kids throughout the school year.

No matter what you can afford, your pledge counts. Give today, and change a life tomorrow.

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