Planning your campaign
creating a roadmap for success
Veteran EECs all agree: The key to a smooth, successful workplace campaign is planning. One of the first things you’ll want to do is select the right campaign team. Choose people who enjoy engaging with others and who you can count on to share the responsibilities. United Way has developed effective tools and resources to run your campaign and generate enthusiasm:
- EEC Handbook
An instructive guide to running a successful campaign, now updated to address the realities of a virtual workplace campaigning.
- EEC Facebook Group
Sign up to be part of the Facebook group for EEC’s. Share stories, get tips and engage with EEC’s from other companies and exchange fundraising ideas.
- Campaign PowerPoint
Tell the United Way story with this concise overview of the needs in our community and United Way’s role in addressing them. Easy to customize with your company’s goals.
- Leadership Groups Overview
Learn more about United Way‘s unique and rewarding opportunities for leadership giving that can connect donors with other professionals in our area.
- Next Gen Fact Sheet
Learn more about our Next Gen Ambassadors and engage your associates in the power of positive impact.
- WLC Fact Sheet
Learn about the benefits of membership in United Way’s Women’s Leadership Council
- Bridges Society Fact Sheet
Learn about the benefits of United Way’s Bridges Society for emerging leaders 45 and younger.
- Tocqueville Society Overview Brochure
Tocqueville Society is for philanthropic donors who set the standard in giving with an annual donation of $10,000 or more.
- Special Events Catalog
Add a little fun into your campaign with tried and true special event ideas you can use to get employees engaged during your campaign