Brandeis Unites Us

The Brandeis Unites Us campaign gives community members the opportunity to make a difference.

The Brandeis Unites Us campaign provides an opportunity for members of the Brandeis community to make a difference in the lives of people who are less fortunate.

This annual fundraising drive, which is in keeping with the University's foundational commitment to social justice, allows Brandeis faculty and staff to make a gift to Community Works, the United Way and/or Brandeis.

Members of the Brandeis community have a history of generously supporting Community Works and the United Way, both of which provide crucial services to enrich our neighboring communities.

To make an online gift as part of the Brandeis Unites Us campaign, visit one of these online giving sites: Community Works, the United Way or Brandeis.

Click here to download the gift form with information on all of the different ways to give through this campaign, including gifts via payroll deduction.

For any questions, please contact Caitlin Cavanaugh in the Institutional Advancement Division at 781.736.4119 or

  • Community Works

    Community Works is Massachusetts’ only workplace federation with a focus on supporting social justice organizations. Since 1982, Community Works has worked to provide funding for change through payroll deduction campaigns in Greater Boston and across Massachusetts.
  • United Way

    When you support United Way, you do more than reach out to people in urgent need now. You also support meaningful, lasting change that impacts everyone in our community. Give. Advocate. Volunteer. LIVE UNITED. Together, we can achieve more than we ever could alone.
  • Brandeis University

    Characterized by academic excellence since its founding in 1948, Brandeis is one of the youngest private research universities and the only nonsectarian Jewish-sponsored college or university in the country. Named for the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis, it combines the faculty and resources of a world-class research institution with the intimacy and personal attention of a small liberal arts college.