Raising Hope at Work Employee Giving Campaign

2023 Raising Hope at Work employee giving campaign graphic

At UF Health Shands and the UF College of Medicine, it takes everyone to fulfill our mission. Together, we shine a light and make a difference.

The Raising Hope at Work employee giving campaign returns June 1 through July 31. Beginning in 2009 and now entering its 12th year, this campaign offers the opportunity to give back to UF Health. Our participation signals a continued commitment to caring for each other and our community.

A special thanks to Traci d’Auguste, UF Health Shands chief operating officer, and Rashmin C. Savani, M.B., Ch.B., chair of the department of pediatrics in the UF College of Medicine, for serving as our campaign co-chairs. Through their leadership, and that of the many unit and department Champions, we are certain this year’s campaign will make a difference for the patients, students and community we serve!

Returning this year, employees can choose which fund to support within UF Health Shands and the UF College of Medicine. By contributing to the fund that means the most, our impact is personalized. Not sure where to shine your light? Consider a gift to the Children’s Hospital Renovation Fund to brighten pediatric spaces for our youngest patients.

Campaign Calendar

Date event
June 1 Raising Hope at Work begins
June 21 Illuminating Hope Day
July 31 Campaign ends
August 31 Campaign celebration

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Enroll in recurring payroll deductions

You can choose to automatically contribute each pay period. Log in to our online payroll form using your Shands credentials or UF GatorLink. Over time, a small amount can add up to a large impact!

NOTE: You will be asked to use two-factor authentication to log in.

A UF Health nurse (right) reaches for another glove.

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Make a credit card gift

Cash and credit card gifts are accepted. Checks should be made to the University of Florida Foundation with “Raising Hope at Work” in the memo.

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