Wayne State University

Aim Higher

Combined Charitable Contributions Campaign





Wayne Cares


United Way Southeastern Michigan


Black United Fund of Southeastern Michigan

Wayne State University's 2014 Combined Charitable Contributions Campaign will run from October 28, 2013 through November 22, 2013. Our goal for this year's campaign is to raise $120,000. Lloyd Y. Young, dean of the Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, is the 2014 Campaign Chair.

How to Give

  • Login to pipeline.wayne.edu starting Monday, October 28, 2013
  • Click the Employee tab
  • Click the campaign poster on the left

Or click here to download a pledge card to contribute offline.  Please send completed hard copy pledge cards to the Office of Government & Community Affairs, 4145 Faculty Administration Building.


About the Combined Campaign

For more than 25 years, Wayne State University has supported the community through the Combined Charitable Contributions Campaign. The charitable organizations participating in the campaign are the Black United Fund and United Way for Southeastern Michigan.

Our community needs us now more than ever. Please consider supporting the Campaign. Our combined efforts will make an impact, and every dollar raised makes a difference.

About the Organizations

United Way provides our community with an independent safety net of health and human services by supporting a number of community service agencies. The Black United Fund is a community-based resource center that assists community efforts through referrals, funding, consultation and/or technical assistance. Both organizations provide numerous community service programs through a large network of volunteers and donors. These programs include drug abuse counseling and education, job training and placement, services for the elderly and for victims of domestic violence, recreational activities for children, small business support and services and many other community outreach activities.


Thank you for supporting our friends and neighbors in need.

For more information contact Victor Green at 313.577.5284 or communityaffairs@wayne.edu