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The Building Blocks of Workplace Campaigns
Workplace giving through United Way of Weld County has long provided employees like yours a convenient opportunity to give back to the community where they work. Every workplace campaign is different and can be shaped around your organization’s culture. Setting up and running a campaign is simple and we can help you every step of the way.
Most campaigns are easily set up so that employees can contribute through payroll deductions. There is also an easy-to-use online tool “E-Way” for your employees to enter their pledges with just a few clicks.
Many companies double their impact by matching their employees' giving dollar for dollar. Check with your human resources department to see if your company will match your gift.
Why United Way of WeldCounty?
Partnering with a nationally known and trusted charity like United Way to meet your corporate social responsibility and philanthropic objectives is an effective way to make a difference right here in Weld County. And, our work helps to build a secure social foundation so businesses like yours can attract and retain workers and consumers.
For more than 60 years United Way of Weld County has successfully tapped into the power of collective generosity to provide creative, long-term solutions to meet the most pressing needs in our communities.
Conducting a United Way of Weld County workplace giving campaign is a great way to get your employees involved in your community. Research shows that employees want to work for a company that cares about the community. No company is too small – you can have 2 employees or 200.
When you join with others your contribution has more impact. Your investment, because it is combined with the investment of others, has the power to bring about sustainable changes in community conditions.
Contact United Way of Weld County and we’ll get you connected to a campaign Account Manager who can explore your involvement in United Way of Weld County.
Already involved, click here to find some of the tools you need.