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Why Not Run a Workplace Campaign?

Workplace campaigns engage employees in the community and build a sense of belonging within your organization

Invest in Your Community

Strengthen your organization’s profile as an active community leader and contribute to meaningful change and help build poverty-free, healthy communities where you live and work.

Build Employee Engagement

Develop a company-culture of helping others and changing lives. A United Way workplace campaign is a powerful and effective way to create positive opportunities for staff. It energizes your workplace, strengthens your team and creates a sense of community.

Attract & Retain Great Employees

Enhance workplace morale, pride, team building and employee loyalty. A community minded organization is a more diverse and appealing place to work, helping you recruit and retain great employees.

Start a Peer-to-Peer Campaign

Mobilize your own friends and family to help create pathways out of poverty by launching your own fundraising campaign in support of United Way Fort McMurray and Wood Buffalo.

Are you looking for an alternative to our Annual Workplace Campaign?

Our team will work with you and your estate to find the most appropriate option.

The donation must be an “in kind” transfer of the security itself, not the cash proceeds of the sale of the security. The transfer is best made electronically from the donor’s investment account to the charity’s custody or brokerage account.

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Has someone made a difference in your life? A tribute gift is a great way to show thanks and help others in your community.

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A Major Gift today can literally transform the lives of hundreds–even thousands–of those in our community that are most marginalized, typically children and seniors in our community.

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Leadership donors come together to lead change around our community’s most #UNIGNORABLE social issues, demonstrating a deep commitment to the well-being of local people and paving the way for social change.

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Be a Champion for Good

Take action today and learn more about how you can do local good in our community.

Run a Workplace Campaign

Strengthen your organization’s profile as an active community leader, improve employee engagement, build team leadership experience and improve morale all while contributing to meaningful change.

Become a Corporate Sponsor

Help build a great community and achieve your organization’s broader community investment goals.  Work with us to ensure there is perfect alignment with community needs.

Join Our Campaign Associate Program

Build top talent and business value at the same time!  This is an opportunity to develop high potential employees, while upskilling their capabilities and enlarging their professional network.

Join GenNext

Ignite your passion for community and join GenNext – Fort McMurray and Wood Buffalo’s next generation of community builders.  Influence positive change, while networking with other local change-makers.

Become a Volunteer

Give your time in a truly rewarding, meaningful hand-on way that will have a lasting impact on our community. 

Join Women United

Join a local network of philanthropic, local change-makers, while coming together as community leaders in Fort McMurray and Wood Buffalo.

Explore Planned Giving

Establish a lasting legacy in alignment with your philanthropic vision and values, while ensuring continuous, long-term investment in our community.

Attend an Event

Show your support in-person and connect with other local change-makers.  Exciting events are routinely added throughout the year!

100% of your donation stays

Share your story via Social Media

Share your thoughts about poverty in #YMM, offer a personal story or show your support for United Way by using #UNIGNORABLE across social media platforms.

Do you have a personal story about poverty in #YMM that you'd like to share?

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