You are needed now more than ever.
In 2020, many of us have shifted to operating in a virtual world due to COVID-19, which has significantly impacted our friends and neighbors who were already vulnerable. Social norms have been upended and the pandemic pushed many to the breaking point surrounding health, education and economic opportunity.
As an Impact Coordinator, your workplace campaign is a vital part of helping our community recover and increasing equity in our region. Your willingness to support by using your time and talent—and the generosity of your colleagues—to fuel our work (and the work of our 400 community partners) provides life-saving support for the children and families who need our help the most.
This toolkit includes everything you need to run a seamless and successful United Way Workplace Campaign—whether your employees are working remotely or in the office. The material is all easy to access and easy to use.
The “Join The Movement” Campaign Toolkit is loaded with information and resources to help you run your workplace campaign.
It’s everything you’ve ever wanted to know about running a United Way NCA campaign in your workplace, all in one document! The WIC Handbook is designed to assist you in planning, implementing and evaluating your campaign from beginning to end.
The payout schedule for 2021 will reflect monthly distributions to approved nonprofit organizations.
Educating employees about the value and the impact of the work of United Way NCA is the best way to gain their support. Below are resources to help you promote your Workplace Campaign.
Salesforce.org brings Salesforce technology and expertise with United Way’s powerful network of impact and the power to convene partners in an easy-to-use and centralized cloud platform. Interested in learning more? Click here.
If you need assistance running your campaign, please contact Lavette Sims, Director of Corporate Engagement, at 202-488-2113. Send Lavette an email by clicking here.
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