2018/02/16 – Bucks for Charity raises more than $1.2 million for central Ohio community - Human Resources at Ohio State

Bucks for Charity raises more than $1.2 million for central Ohio community

Ohio State faculty, staff and retirees are making a difference in the community and, this year, contributed $1,235,882 to help support local organizations.

“I’m proud of the positive impact we have in our local community,” said Marti Taylor, MSN, RN, Ross Heart Hospital executive director, Heart & Vascular Center chief operating officer and 2017 Bucks for Charity chair. “Together, we surpassed our goal of raising $1.2 million and had a record number of faculty, staff and retirees who contributed to this year’s campaign. Thank you to everyone who contributed to the organizations that support our family, friends and neighbors.”

Bucks for Charity is a way Buckeyes give back to central Ohio by donating to one or more local nonprofit organizations through the annual campaign. Ohio State employees and retirees are given the opportunity to choose from nearly 250 charities that support a variety of causes.

Learn more about Bucks for Charity at bucksforcharity.osu.edu.

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