Welcome, Campaign Coordinators!
United Way’s Workplace Campaigns are about bringing your coworkers and staff together through the workplace to inspire change and build your local communities. Campaigns make it easy for your company, agency or group to make impacts on their communities by giving. Not only does workplace campaigns make giving easier by allowing for small increments to build into larger gifts, but it also educates your community about local issues, and connecting them with resources or opportunities to help those in need.
United Way wants to make your workplace campaign easy and successful! The following materials will help you achieve a best practice campaign. If you have any questions or need additional resources, please contact Holly Michelin at (906) 226-8171 or firstname.lastname@example.org
It Starts With You!
Running a campaign means that you are playing a critical role in building the communities around us. Every workplace is different, so every workplace campaign is also different! We can help you every step of the way on finding the materials, volunteer opportunities, and messaging that fits for your campaign.
Start a Workplace Campaign
Strong Businesses Make Strong Communities. Strong Communities Make Strong Businesses. Whether you’re a small business, large corporation, or a nonprofit, you can join the more than 100 local businesses and organizations that are making a difference through their workplace campaigns.
Benefits of a Workplace Campaign
- Build Your Team
- Engaging current and prospective employees in a community partnership strengthens staff retention, boosts morale and provides development opportunities.
- Build Your Business
- See increased sales and improved client relationships. A recent national study found that 70% of consumers are willing to pay more for products from socially responsible companies. (Corporate Social Responsibility Perceptions Survey 2010, PENN SCHOEN BERLAND)
- Build Your Reputation
- Community focus strengthens you as an industry and community leader with stakeholders, employees and customers.