Workplace Campaigns

Why run a United Way campaign?

Because every company – any size – can impact our community.

No matter your industry or company size, you can run a successful campaign that fits your company’s unique culture and impacts long-term change in our community.  Below you will find resources and ideas to support your fundraising efforts.

Our community needs you. Workplace campaigns bring people together to tackle our community’s most pressing challenges. Our community stands on the shoulders of small and medium-sized businesses. For every one major local organization, there are thousands of businesses—like yours—driving the new economic engine of our area.

There are many business benefits to partnering with the United Way:

  • Join a network of small and medium-sized local businesses across Beaufort County
  • Develop connections with like-minded community business leaders
  • Build trust and increased goodwill with your customers
  • Tax benefits
  • Coordinated focused investment in community, which supports measurable change in our most critical problems all at once
  • Improve employee morale and team-building by getting your employees involved in a common goal
  • Recruitment of employees that are attracted to companies with set philanthropic principles

Workplace Campaign Guide

Our Campaign Guide for Employee Campaign Coordinators (ECCs) is an excellent overview of best practices and tools for running your workplace campaign.

Educating employees about the value and the impact of the work of the Beaufort County United Way is the best way to gain their support. Employee campaign coordinators are our best asset in running successful campaigns. Below are resources to help you promote your workplace campaign.

For more information about conducting a workplace campaign, contact Sue Tidd (252) 975.6209