UT Charitable Campaign

President Sharon L. Gaber holding the oversized check at the UTC3 breakfastPresident Sharon L. Gaber speaking at the UTC3 breakfast Guests getting food at the UTC3 breakfast


• Runs from Nov. 7 – Dec. 14
• Theme: Unity for Community
• Campaign Chair: Dr. Willie McKether, VP, Diversity and Inclusion
• To pledge your gift, see your email and use the link provided in weekly campaign emails
• Gifts of ANY size are appreciated and tax-deductible
• Campaign goal: $125,000


More than 125 UT faculty, staff and retirees attended the UT Charitable Campaign breakfast with President Sharon L. Gaber on Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018 in Savage Arena to celebrate surpassing our campaign goal. Nearly $129,000 was raised to assist more than 200 nonprofit organizations throughout our region. Let's show "Unity for Community" again this year!

UT Charitable Campaign

The University of Toledo is once again very proud to support the community through our annual UT Charitable Campaign, which supports four local federations: United Way of Greater Toledo, Community Health Charities of Ohio, Northwest Ohio Community Shares and EarthShare Ohio.

Our 2018 campaign runs from Wednesday, Nov. 7, through Friday, Dec. 14, and all University faculty, staff and retirees are encouraged to support this crucial campaign.

There are more than 200 charities available for you to support through four federations listed on this webpage, and you may indicate which specific nonprofit organization(s) you wish your donation to support on your pledge form.

To make a donation, please use the pledge form link provided in the weekly emails you receive throughout the course of the campaign. (Once you complete and submit the pledge form, you will no longer receive the emails.) Gifts of ANY amount are greatly appreciated, and all donations are tax-deductible.

Won't you please join the rest of your colleagues and help us show Unity for Community? Thank you for your kind generosity to help those in need!

View list of UTC3 Charities

Last Updated: 11/5/18