Workplace Employee Campaigns
As we conduct our 2021-2022 Campaign season, it's important to know that we are still assisting you with Employee Campaigns. They just may look different this year, so we are here to give you some suggestions. Your support and the support of your team strengthens our mission to break the cycle of poverty. As a community, we are all mobilizing to help ALICE and will continue to do so.
Below is a brief video from our Executive Director, Angie Matthiessen to share more about our 2021-2022 campaign.
Here are some materials that can help you get started:
- Click here to get started and review the Virtual Campaign Toolkit
- Does my donation make an impact? 2021-2022 Impact Statement
- Where do my dollars go? 2021 Annual Financial Overview
- Click here to view 2021-2022 Campaign PowerPoint Presentation
- Who do you fund? Funded Partner Agency list
- Tell me more about the work UWCC is doing. Community Collaboration Videos
- Do my employees qualify for VITA? Tax Assistance Information
- Annual Report 2020
Three ways for employees to participate:
- Fillable Investment Form
- Online Workplace/Employee Pledges (If your company is not listed on the drop-down link, please request it)
- Request paper pledge forms from UWCC staff
The first step in planning your employee workplace campaign is to review the virtual campaign toolkit. Read it over and select the steps that apply to you. The other bullet points relate to frequently asked questions. Second, contact your United Way of Charlotte County staff to coordinate messaging, content and a campaign that is customized for your company.
Companies who committed to their Employee Campaign before the end of September are proudly recognized as a pacesetter. They will receive a company digital badge, two complimentary tickets to a VIP reception and special recognition at the Campaign Kickoff. Click here to learn more about becoming a pacesetter. If interested, apply here to commit to helping us have a successful 2022-2023 campaign.
Please know that we are here for you working hard to support our community.
Perhaps you are all working from home, or, like us, rotating staff in the office. If you, your staff or someone you know is struggling, make sure they know help is available.