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United Way Campaign

LIVE UNITED


IUPUI and United Way

As one of the top 20 contributors to the United Way of Central Indiana—ranked number one under Higher Education Companies—IUPUI staff, faculty and students take the commitment to improving our community seriously. But contributions to the campaign are not the only way IUPUI assists United Way agencies in achieving their missions. Our faculty, staff and students also volunteer countless hours to serve on boards, mentor children, deliver meals, organize activities and lend their expertise. The connections between IUPUI and the United Way are varied and deep because we share the goal of improving lives in lasting ways. Over the last 5 years, IUPUI has continued to support United Way and its agencies through various initiatives and programs. These projects involved 30 different United Way of Central Indiana agencies as well as several of United Way's education programs such as ReadUP and Project SEED.

Five-Year Engagement Snapshot
IUPUI and United Way of Central Indiana
Goodwill Industries of Central Indiana, Inc. Third and fourth year students from the IU School of Dentistry provided dental care to in several Goodwill locations around Central Indiana.
Indiana Legal Services Inc. Indiana Legal Services Inc. launched a 2-year project in collaboration with Midtown Community Mental Health Center to address the legal problems of Midtown's mentally ill patients. ILS seeks various forms of assistance with this endeavor.
La Plaza La Plaza connected with IUPUI to design a survey meant to assess health needs to Hispanic populations in Marion County.
Martin Center Sickle Cell Initiative The Martin Center partnered with IUPUI to engage student interns in Communications & Marketing and Event Management. IUPUI also worked with the Martin Center to provide assistance with feasibility studies related to their facilities and properties.
Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center IUPUI student interns assist MRNC in a variety of ways, including building new capacity to screen, assess and help clients determine the most appropriate sequence of services to meet needs through a new individualized process.
MCCOY, Inc. An IUPUI student assisted with the development of ROY—Resources Online for Youth—database. MCCOY, Inc. champions the positive development of youth by providing leadership on key issues and support of the youth worker community.