Run a United Way Workplace Campaign
Our community needs you. United Way’s workplace campaigns bring people in local workplaces together to tackle our community's most pressing issues. Whether you represent a small business, major corporation or a nonprofit organization, you can join the hundreds of local businesses and organizations that run workplace campaigns each year.
Why participate in our Workplace Campaigns?
- Join network of small-medium local businesses
- Develop connections with like-minded community business leaders
- Build trust and increased good will with your customers
- Tax benefits
- Investment in our Community Fund supports many local causes all at once
- Improve employee morale and teambuilding by getting your employees involved in a common goal
- Recruitment of employees that are attracted to companies with set philanthropic principles
Please help support United Way's Community Fund in any way you can. Each gift addresses the critical issues right here where we all live, work, and raise our families. There are many ways to help:
Start a workplace campaign. Get your employees together to support United Way’s annual campaign.
Make a corporate donation. Invest in our community with a donation on behalf of your organization.
Take a sponsorship opportunity. United Way hosts a variety of events throughout the year. Support a great cause and connect with audiences with event partnerships and other opportunities.
Volunteer for a Day of Caring. Many local nonprofits have projects that need volunteer assistance. Read to kids, paint classrooms, socialize with seniors, weed gardens - there’s something for everyone.
Share Community Fund messaging with your social networks. Are you on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram? So are we! Let your friends know about United Way, and how they can help us help others.
We could not create lasting change without our corporate and local business partners. And we are here to help you every step of the way.
To learn more about instituting a United Way campaign at your workplace, or if you need assistance running your campaign, email Carli Sterling, Campaign Coordinator, or call 315-733-4691, ext 235.