Community Impact: Blacksburg Volunteer Rescue Squad

Donations from Virginia Tech employees help Blacksburg Volunteer Rescue Squad provide empathetic emergency care

    Blacksburg Volunteer Rescue Squad

Community Impact: Blacksburg Volunteer Rescue Squad

Donations from Virginia Tech employees help Blacksburg Volunteer Rescue Squad provide empathetic emergency care

    Blacksburg Volunteer Rescue Squad

Community Impact: Women's Center

Women’s Resource Center instills hope in victims of sexual assault with donations from Virginia Tech

    Women's Center

Community Impact: Humane Society

Donations from employees help place animals into loving homes

    Human Society

Community Impact: Feeding America Southwest Virginia

Feeding America Southwest Virginia provides hope to hungry with donations from employees

    Feeding America Southwest Virginia

Community Impact: Planned Parenthood

Employee donations help Planned Parenthood educate, empower young people locally

    Planned Parenthood

Community Impact: Free Clinic of the New River Valley

Employee donations help Free Clinic of the New River Valley save lives

    Free Clinic

Community Impact: Montgomery County Emergency Assistance Program

Montgomery County Emergency Assistance Program provides assistance to community members in emergency situations with donations from Virginia Tech employees

    Montgomery County Emergency Assistance Program

Community Impact: American Red Cross

Donations from Virginia Tech employees help local families get back on their feet through services provided by American Red Cross

    Red Cross
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Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign

During the last five years, Virginia Tech employees have donated a combined total of more than $1.3 million to the Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign.

Just more than $26,000 of the donations were donated to the general campaign, while employees donated $21,434 for the Free Clinic of the New River Valley and 66 employees donated $19,299 to the United Way of Montgomery, Radford, and Floyd. The Women’s Resource Center of the New River Valley received the third highest level of donations - $17,087 from 112 employees.

Meeting the $325,000 goal for the 2014 campaign relies on the continued support and generosity of Virginia Tech employees. The campaign will begin on Sept. 24 and run through Dec. 12.

Employees can make individual gifts or come together in departments and offices across the university to host fundraisers and activities to raise funds for the campaign.

During the 2013 campaign, more than 1,529 employees (about 21 percent) donated, raising a total of $311,215, exceeding the campaign's $300,000 goal.

Administered by the university’s Department of Human Resources, the Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign is a workplace-giving program that allows state employees to designate a financial gift to any of more than 1,000 participating charities. Types of charities include health and human services, animal welfare, environmental conservation and medical research.


 

For more information contact Carol Bishop, CVC coordinator, at 540-231-1155.

   

Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign

$121,581

Raised of $325,000 goal.