The foundation of United Way of the Big Bend is workplace campaigns. Every year, hundreds of organizations across the community ask their employees to support us in our mission of helping our neighbors in their time of greatest need. At the helm of these campaigns are dedicated volunteers like you who work tirelessly on our community’s behalf. Thank you for your help.
Running a United Way campaign in your workplace can be challenging, rewarding, and a great way to bond as a team while helping improve lives in the Big Bend region. If you are organizing a campaign, are working with a team to run a campaign, or are just curious about what it takes to put a campaign together, you’ve come to the right place!
Below you will find a toolkit of materials designed to assist you in holding your workplace campaign. As always, our UWBB Campaign Managers and Loaned Executives stand ready to help you in any way we can. Thank you for all that you do to encourage others to invest in our mission. You are the reason we can make a difference.
GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN!
Meet the Campaign Staff and Loaned Executives who are ready with the answers and any support you may need!
Molly Lord, Vice President of Resource Development
Tacorra Jenkins email@example.com
Beth Ann Phillips firstname.lastname@example.org
Priscilla Tripp email@example.com
2020 Power 5
2020 Loaned Executives
Lindsay Ancheta – Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare
Maureen LeSerra – Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare
Michele Lynch – The First, A National Banking Association
Mary Matthews – Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare
Daniel Sheperd – Thomas Howell Ferguson
Shannon Weiler – Capital City Bank
How To Run A Great Campaign
We’ve learned tips and tricks from thousands of successful campaigns over the years, and have put together a guide to help you make the most of your efforts. Find everything you need to run your campaign – Download your Playbook today!
Campaign Coordinator ‘FUN’ Raising Guide
The ‘FUN’ Raising Guide offers great tips for Employee Campaign Coordinators to help generate enthusiasm and excitement around the campaign.
Let’s get social! If you’re active on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or LinkedIn, why not tell others how your company is making a difference by Living United? Check out our social media guide on ways you can get social and share how your company is making their community impact by Living United. Don’t forget to tag UWBB!
- 2020 Print Pledge Form
- 2020 Interactive Pledge Form
- 2020 Print Continuous Giver Pledge Form
- 2020 Interactive Continuous Giver Pledge Form
- Contribution Change form
Campaign Communication Tools and Resources
Chances are you probably communicate with your team about your United Way workplace campaign through a presentation. If you are unable to do an in- person presentation, your Campaign Team Manager or Loaned Executive also has the resources to conduct a virtual presentation. To help you get started, we’ve created a few email headers and scripts. We hope you will make them your own as you Live United!
- New Employee Brochure
- Employee Resource Flyer
- 2019-2020 Program Partners
- I Gave Page
- Workplace Donor Certificate of Recognition – Fillable
- Campaign Donation Request Letter
- Need Jeans Day stickers-12? Avery label 22817
- Need Jeans Day stickers-9? Avery label 22830
- Other items? The United Way store offers imprinted and themed merchandise
- Encourage and recognize Leadership Giving, individuals who give $1,000 or more
UWBB Affinity Groups, Initiatives and Volunteer Opportunities
Host a VITA Mobile Tax Site at your Office – Click here to learn more!
Host a Poverty Simulation for your Team – Click here to learn more!
A.L.I.C.E. Icons, Graphics and Posters
Workplace Campaign Posters (Tabloid Size 11×17 inches)
An easy way to share the impact that United Way is making in the Big Bend is by posting a poster in your break room or other common areas.
United Way Logos