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Dollar Day at the Dome on Saturday to Benefit Local United Way
Dollar Day at the Dome, which benefits United Way of Central New York, returns Saturday, Nov. 2, at the men’s football game against Boston College.
Prior to kickoff at noon, students representing Syracuse University’s fraternities and sororities will collect donations from fans to benefit United Way of Central New York. The students will be outside all Dome entrances wearing orange United Way shirts and holding orange buckets. Fans can make a cash donation or buy a Syracuse University rally towel for $5.
Inside the Dome, concession stands, merchants and Club 44 will accept fan donations electronically with each transaction, cash or credit.
For nearly five decades, Syracuse University has supported the United Way of Central New York via a campuswide fundraising campaign, which includes Dollar Days.
Provost Michele Wheatly is chairing the Syracuse University employee United Way of Central New York campaign this year, which will formally launch in February. In this role, Wheatly will lead a cross-campus initiative to bolster campuswide giving to the United Way of Central New York.