First Faculty Prize Winners Drawn for the 2010 UCSF Charitable Giving Campaign

December 22, 2010
The first faculty prize winners were drawn for the 2010 UCSF Charitable Giving Campaign, themed “The Heart of UCSF.” The annual campaign gives critical financial support to nonprofit organizations that provide shelter to the homeless, food for the hungry, care for the underserved and refuge to victims of domestic violence, among other humanitarian efforts. In an effort to increase pledges, drawings are being held for anyone who donates using the online pledge form. The winners have already been selected for the first two prizes, with two prizes remaining. The winners are:
  • Andrew Sinclair, Risk Management and Insurance analyst, won two tickets to the Punchline Comedy Club in San Francisco

  • Angela Hawkins, Assistant Vice Chancellor of Budget and Resource Management, won two tickets to Landmark Theaters

Supporting UCSF

UCSF employees have a number of choices when it comes to giving directly to programs operated by the University and medical center that provide valuable services to save and improve lives The complete list is available on the UCSF Charitable Giving Campaign brochure. [PDF]

Donate online now through the UCSF Charitable Giving Campaign.

All UCSF Charitable Giving Campaign donors are still eligible to win these prizes:
  • Four passes to the Oakland Museum

  • Two tickets to Cobb’s Comedy Club in San Francisco
It’s the final call for faculty and staff to contribute to the campaign, which has brought in about $28,803 so far, according to Krystie Skull, executive director of Community Health Charities of California, which administers the program for UCSF. All employees have to do to be entered to win is click here and fill out a payroll deduction contribution or check donation. It is important to note that the online form works best using Internet Explorer. The UCSF Charitable Giving Campaign has for years raised money for organizations that improve the quality of life for citizens throughout the community as well as patients treated at UCSF or by UCSF affiliates.

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