Your workplace campaign is helping to solve the BIG problems across our communities.
Whether we know our neighbor across town or not, our lives are intertwined. Our community is faced with complex interconnected challenges that cannot be fixed by addressing one singular issue. Hosting a United Way workplace campaign is a powerful way to help over 100 community-vetted nonprofit organizations that are working to support the entire community and wrap support around families in need.
We are incredibly thankful to you for acting as your organization’s Employee Campaign Coordinator. Our team is here to support you as you actively rally your fellow coworkers to create positive impact in our community through your workplace campaign.
Everybody giving adds up and leads to bigger impact. Together, we can do this.
Five tips to help you plan, kick off and wrap up a successful campaign.
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Energize your United Way campaign with internal support. Start by recruiting a team for your company’s campaign. It’s important to keep your CEO actively involved as you set your strategies and goals.
Inspire employees with United Way’s impact in our community.
Engage employees in United Way’s work with these ideas:
Need to take your event virtual? No problem. Check out our resources below to learn more.
Ask everyone to give. The No. 1 reason people do not give is because they are not asked.
HOW TO ASK
THANK EVERYONE FOR GIVING.
Take your kickoff, engagement tactics and fundraising virtual! Check out these guides to help you reach your employees where they are.
We measure our success in lives changed. These stories are a testament to the difference our community can make when we come together to create lasting change.
Our community is faced with complex challenges that cannot be fixed by addressing one singular issue. United Way of Central Carolinas harnesses the power of collective giving to help fund over 100 community-vetted nonprofits that are working to support the entire community.View on YouTube
Lakeview Neighborhood Alliance provides a safe, supportive and welcoming Charlotte community, bringing residents together to build a better neighborhood.View Story & Video
Matthews Free Medical Clinic provides free high-quality health care, case management and educational services to low-income, uninsured patients in Mecklenburg and Union counties.View Story & Video
North End Community Coalition advocates for equitable communities in Charlotte by amplifying voices and connecting neighbors to opportunities.View Story & Video
Cooperative Christian Ministry serves Cabarrus and southern Rowan counties, moving people from crisis to restoration by relieving food insecurity, addressing homelessness and keeping families together.View Story & Video
Men’s Shelter of Charlotte provides emergency shelter and basic needs, helping people get back on their feet and build a brighter future.View Story & Video
Union County Crisis Assistance Ministry provides emergency support to help pay mortgage, rent and utility costs for Union County families who've fallen upon hard times.View Story & Video
HealthReach Community Clinic provides free health care services and medications, helping to reduce health disparities and strengthen the well-being of Iredell County residents.View Story & Video
Brookhill Community Association provides services, resources and opportunities for Charlotte residents to live safe, healthy and productive lives.View Story & Video
Cops and Barbers Inc. provides opportunities to foster dialogue and improve police-community relations for equitable community growth across Charlotte.View Story & Video
Families First in Cabarrus County provides programs like ESL and GED classes and learning experiences like bilingual preschools that nurture children, empower parents and strengthen families.View Story & Video
Companies can order directly from the United Way store to get Live United swag and decorations, including t-shirts, signs, balloons, bags and hats, notebooks and pens, and much more!United Way Store