Faculty and Staff 26-in-26 Giving Campaign

The University of North Florida’s 2,000 employees commit themselves each and every day to making the University the best it can be: for the students, departments and academic programs and the UNF community at large. 


The 26-in-26 Campaign for the University of North Florida is an annual fundraising initiative that allows you, the employees of UNF, the opportunity to make a gift to an area on campus that is close to your heart. Through making a gift through payroll deduction, donors have the ability to give 26 gifts throughout the year, which quickly add up to an even larger gift. 


The 2014-2015 Campaign celebrated 485 members of the University community contributing, raising more than $110,000. 


We invite you to explore the giving opportunities and give today through payroll deduction (accessible only from your UNF network computer). You may also print out the paper form and send it via campus mail to Kate McClung, Alumni Hall, Room 1108.  


Remember, payroll deduction is the easiest form of giving.


$1 per pay period = $26 annual gift

$5 per pay period = $130 annual gift

$10 per pay period = $260 annual gift

$20 per pay period = $520 annual gift

$40 per pay period = $1,040 annual gift



26-in-26 Campaign Committee




Maria Atilano

Marketing and Student Outreach Librarian

Thomas G. Carpenter Library 


Lorna Bautista

Office Manager

Intercultural Center for PEACE

Laura Berger


Office of Parent and Family Programs

Katie Chenard

Assistant Director, Marketing & Events

Adam W. Herbert University Center

Kelly Harrison

Director of Professional Development & Training

Sheila Spivey

Director, Women’s Center

Debbie LeGros 


Administration & Finance

Mary McConville

Executive Assistant

Student Affairs 

Dr. Melissa Conway Hartman
Department of Clinical & Applied Movement Sciences
Brooks College of Health  

Valerie Stevenson

University Controller

Administration & Finance

Katerina Turner 

Graphic Designer

Marketing and Publications



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