Partnering with United Way of Greater McHenry County 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 Heidi Berardi, Resource Development & Relationship Manager, today at (815) 363-1377 or by email at email@example.com.
>> Looking for our 2020-21 Virtual Campaign Tool Kit? Click here.
$1,000 Community Investment
37 hours of money management counseling needed to promote financial responsibility for at-risk families.
105 hours of therapy providing encouragement and strength during an individual’s recovery from a developmental disability.
$2,000 Community Investment
270 days of emergency shelter for women and children who have become victims of domestically abusive relationships.
296 hot, nutritious meals for a home-bound, socially isolated senior citizen.
$5,000 Community Investment
183 days of goal-oriented support, counseling, and training to assist an individual out of homelessness.
9 months of comprehensive developmental preschool giving children from low-income families the confidence needed for educational success.
$10,000 Community Investment
389 days of care needed to preserve the wellness and independence of senior citizens suffering from dementia.
12 mentors who provide positive relationships for our community youth which encourages educational and social achievement.