Creating Your Campaign
Employee Campaign Coordinator Guide — A guide to running a successful campaign.
Campaign Requests — Schedule a United Way speaker, corporate volunteer project or resource fair to engage employees during your campaign. Contact Jeanne Clum, firstname.lastname@example.org
Fundraising Ideas — View a list of campaign theme and activities ideas.
Leadership Giving Campaign — Encourage donors to give a gift of $1,000+ to be part of our Leadership Society.
Stories — Share the impact United Way has on local community members & connect your coworkers to the good they do as donors.
Giving Incentives — Day of Caring community service day is just one of many special events we organize that you can use encourage campaign participation. Contact Jeanne Clum for more information. Additionally, you can order your own LIVE UNITED t-shirts and promotional items.
Workplace Volunteerism — Get your coworkers involved with United Way through volunteerism.
Impact Calculator — Learn what your generous gifts can do.
Company Recognition — Learn about ways your company can be recognized by supporting United Way. See our current Leaders in Giving.
Pledge Envelope Instructions — Review these instructions for filling out the campaign pledge envelope. If you still have questions, or are ready for pick up, please call your Campaign Volunteer or Livingston County United Way at 810-494-3000.
About United Way
Our Impact – Find more in-depth information on the issues we are addressing in the community surrounding our strategic focus areas of Financial Stability, Every Child Ready, Community Wellness, and special initiatives.
What We Fund — Explore a listing of our program partners by focus area.
Frequently Asked Questions — Find answers to questions that your colleagues may ask about United Way.
How to Run a United Way Campaign
Letter from Campaign Chairpersons
Jeanne Clum, Marketing & Development Director
Use social media, email, company meetings, and your intranet to tell the story of United Way dollars at work.