If you like Busey's Facebook page, or follow it on Twitter or Pinterest, $2 will be donated. If you share a status or re-tweet the campaign, it's another $1.
Sue Grey is president of Champaign County's United Way. She says it is an easy way to make a difference.
"It's bus tokens for folks at the food pantries or soup kitchen. It's transportation for seniors to medical appointments. It all boils down to real tangible community impact being done with a simple click."
The campaign raised $2,600 last year. The money is divided among seven area United Way offices. The campaign wraps up October 21.
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