Partnering with United Way of United Way of North Central Iowa to establish a workplace campaign means much more than just raising money. As the leader of a local business, this is your opportunity to have a profound impact on our community, while reinforcing your reputation as a good corporate citizen. Whether you’re a small business, major corporation or a nonprofit, you can join other local businesses and organizations that are making a difference through their workplace giving campaigns. We make it easy for companies to provide their employees with meaningful opportunities to give back to the community, at a level they feel comfortable—a benefit for any corporate culture.
What Is A Workplace Giving Campaign?
A workplace campaign is an organized, company-sponsored fundraising drive where employees are given the opportunity to make a meaningful contribution to the United Way.
- Campaigns make it easy for employees to give – through payroll deduction. A gift can be made over the course of a year or at one time.
- Campaigns educate employees and organizations about local issues – connecting them with their community and allowing them to make informed decisions.
- Each company is supported by a United Way staff member. We will help you set your goals, plan your campaign and provide materials to make your campaign fun and effective.
Interested in learning more about starting a United Way campaign at your workplace? Contact Jen Arends, CEO, today at (641) 425-3832 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking for our campaign tool kit? Click here.
$1,000 Community Investment
Helps an two individuals recieve one-on-one help to improve their job seeking skills through job tours, job shadows, and training at an employment bootcamp.
Provides 90 days of case management for a homeless family.
$2,000 Community Investment
Sends girls to summer camp at Camp Tanglefoot.
416 hot, nutritious meals at the Community Kitchen.
$5,000 Community Investment
365 days of goal-oriented support, counseling, and home visits to at-risk families.
10 mentors who provide positive relationships for our community youth which encourages educational and social achievement.
$10,000 Community Investment
Provides academic support, mentoring, and workforce readiness for 1,000 high school students.
Provides forensic interviews and service matching for six child victims of sexual abuse.