How to Run a Workplace Campaign?

Thank you for getting involved and giving back to your community. You are part of a local love movement of like-minded individuals working together to help people in need.

So you’ve stepped up and volunteered to run a workplace campaign in support of your community. That’s great news! We’re so happy to have you as part of the United Way family, and to support you in your personal and professional development.  When you run a campaign, you’ll bring your co-workers together, inspire them to make an impact on #UNIGNORABLE issues and join dozens of other organizations in Fort McMurray and Wood Buffalo and its surrounding area to do local good. Along the way, you’ll meet new people, build your network, learn new skills, and have fun!

Energize

Recruit a strong team to lead your United Way campaign.

Inspire

Help team members truly understand what their dollars can do and the enormous impact we have in Fort McMurray and Wood Buffalo.

Engage

Get team members involved in unique fundraising activities and events at your workplace.

Ask

Ask every team member to give as much or as little as they can.

Thank

Thank everyone for giving and for participating with a heartfelt email, letter or note.

Let's Set You Up for Success with a Campaign Toolkit

This toolkit will help you along every step of the way. Don’t be shy! If you need help, contact your United Way contact or Campaign Associate.

  • Planning Your Campaign
  • Videos & Stories
  • Donation Information & Forms
  • Creative Material & Logos
  • Engagement Opportunities
  • Impact & Educational Resources
  • Gaming License & Tax Receipt Information
  • Volunteer Thank-You & Rewards

Employee Campaign Chair Training Guide

Good planning is essential for a successful campaign. We have some planning templates and information to help you get your campaign ready and set up for success! Our staff is also happy to offer additional ideas and assistance.

Many factors, including the economic downturn, compounded by a pandemic and subsequent flooding, have caused an influx need for social supports.  As a region we always come together to help our neighbors, and this year it’s more important than ever. 

United Way National Logos
Download the national version of the United Way logo, to support your national United Way campaign:
 
  1. EPS logo files (high res, vector files, for printing)
  2. JPEG logo files (compressed files, for just about anything)
  3. PNG logo files (white/knockout files)

United Way Third-Party Event Logo

Are you holding an event in support of United Way? Have you signed the Third Party Agreement with our Events Team? Then you’re ready to download and use the national version of our “In Support Of” logo, which you can download here. 

United Way Horizontal – Colour
Download the colour – horizontal version of the United Way Fort McMurray and Wood Buffalo logo, to support our local United Way campaign.
United Way Horizontal – Colour
Download the colour – horizontal version of the United Way Fort McMurray and Wood Buffalo logo, to support our local United Way campaign.
United Way Vertical – Colour
Download the colour – vertical version of the United Way Fort McMurray and Wood Buffalo logo, to support our local United Way campaign.
United Way Vertical – Colour
Download the colour – vertical version of the United Way Fort McMurray and Wood Buffalo logo, to support our local United Way campaign.
United Way Horizontal – Greyscale
Download the greyscale – horizontal version of the United Way Fort McMurray and Wood Buffalo logo, to support our local United Way campaign.
United Way Horizontal – Greyscale
Download the greyscale – horizontal version of the United Way Fort McMurray and Wood Buffalo logo, to support our local United Way campaign.

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