United Way’s Workplace Campaigns are about bringing people together where they work to tackle our community’s most challenging issues – because no one person or organization can do it alone.
Whether a small business, a major corporation or even a non-profit organization, you can join the numerous local businesses and organizations that run United Way campaigns each year.
Participating in a United Way campaign will give your organization the opportunity to learn firsthand about the needs in our local community as well as provide rewarding team building experiences through volunteerism.
Every workplace campaign is different and can be shaped around your organization’s culture. Setting up and running a campaign is simple, and we can help you every step of the way.
How to run a successful campaign in 5 easy steps:
Recruit a strong team to lead your United Way campaign Share the United Way story with all employees
Recruit a strong team to lead your United Way campaign
Share the United Way story with all employees
Connect employees to our work and show them how they can do something about it Ask everyone to give Thank everyone for giving
Connect employees to our work and show them how they can do something about it
Ask everyone to give
Thank everyone for giving
Check out our Coordinator Guide and Idea Book for great campaign ideas, and visit our Campaign Toolkit for more campaign resources.
Want more information about running a first-time campaign?
Contact Tony Iovieno at (269) 250-9838 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
EMPLOYEE CAMPAIGN COORDINATOR
Put your involvement into overdrive by becoming a United Way Employee Campaign Coordinator!
As a Campaign Coordinator, you will bring the work of United Way to life – in boardrooms and break rooms, at luncheons and leadership meetings, in conversations with co-workers and at campaign activities of all kinds. You will be the face of the United Way at your workplace, educating your peers about why United Way is the best way to make the biggest difference in our community and inspiring them to do something about it.
Does this sound like you? Send an email to email@example.com to get involved.
Strengthen your team and your community by participating with your group at a United Way Day of Impact group volunteer project.
Educate your colleagues about the pressing needs in our community — and ways they can make a difference — by inviting passionate United Way volunteers to speak at your event or meeting.
See firsthand the impact that United Way-supported programs make in people’s lives by touring a United Way service provider.
Host an event that increases community awareness of United Way’s mission and impact.
Looking for something else? Explore other ways you can get involved