Step Up to Tolerance  Stair Climb Fundraiser Recap

Benefiting Holocaust Center for Humanity

Thank you to those who pledged and climbed or simply made a pledge. You raised  $3,544 for Holocaust Center for Humanity and climbed 100,000 stairs!

The Holocaust Center helps teach our children to stand up for what is right. Its anti-bullying and tolerance messages are relevant to our world today and remind us of how our actions can prevent violence and hate. Help the Holocaust Center reach across Washington state and spread its lessons of compassion and acceptance for a kinder world. View the video. Help support the Holocaust Center by making a donation today!

Congratulations to top donor Marion Pepper, Immunology, who raised $400! Marion has won a $50 University Book Store gift card. And the top stair climber was Jack Healy from Harborview Medical Center who climbed 4,500 stairs, and won a Whole U swag bag. Congratulations, Jack!

Door prize winners compliments of Holocaust Center for Humanity and UW Combined Fund Drive
Harborview Medical Center: Jack Healy & Dawn Lum; Southlake Union: Chris Farnsworth, Glady Keitany, Marion Pepper, Francisca Vazquez & Dima Long; UW Medical Center: Courtney Reichardt, Eric Tobiason, Marsha Cox, Julia Reed, Laurianne Mullinax & Carol Shisler; UW Tacoma: Yana Wilson & Michael Nolte; UW Tower: Dan Meyer, Celeste Duncan, Dana Hansen, Tracy Knotts, Melissa Kane & Arnold Maurera. Congratulations!

Pupcakes Recap

Thank you to those who attended the first-ever Pupcakes event in the UW Tower auditorium on Oct. 31. We had more than 200 people attend to visit with Summit Assistance Dog’s adorable puppies, enjoy cupcakes compliments of Costco and the UW Combined Fund Drive, participuppiespcupcakesate in the costume contest, and get photos taken. We raised nearly $1,000 in one hour for Summit Assistance Dogs. Thanks to our many generous donors! Alex Stone from Summit spoke about the work of his organization and showed a powerful video.