Workplace Giving

United Way’s Workplace Campaigns are about bringing people together where they work to help build a stronger community. Whether a small business, a major corporation or even a non-profit organization, you can join local businesses and organizations that run United Way fundraising campaigns each year.

Every campaign is different and can be shaped around your organization’s culture. We know your time is valuable and we make it as easy as possible for your employees to participate. Depending on your needs, we offer the option of paper or online pledging. Setting up and running a campaign is simple and fun! We can help you every step of the way.

Our workplace partners


Campaign Planning

New to planning a Campaign or looking for some quick tips? Below are some tools to help you get started:

Share Stories of Impact

Below are stories that show the impact your support has on people right here in our community:


Workplace Campaign Frequently Asked Questions

This year especially, employees may have several questions before contributing to your workplace campaign. We’ve provided answers to the most common questions below. If you have any additional questions or concerns, please reach out to your campaign coordinator.

Campaign Chairs

  • 2021 - Dave and Laura Grabowsky
  • 2020 - Christopher Goff
  • 2019 - Mark & Tonya Wright
  • 2018 - Lucia Pileggi
  • 2017 - Kevin & Linda Smith
  • 2016 - Ted Swaldo & Scott Swaldo
  • 2015 - William C. Shivers
  • 2014 - Richard Kyle & Stacey Kyle
  • 2013 - Robert F. Belden
  • 2012 - Thomas Swidarski
  • 2011 - Deborah Kampman & Kevin Kampman
  • 2010 - Mark Sterling & Gail Sterling
  • 2009 - Rick Haines & Vicki Haines
  • 2008 - Dr. Bill Wallace & Candy Wallace
  • 2007 - Eric Johnson & William Cook
  • 2006 - Dr. Sheila Rutt
  • 2005 - Stephen Paquette
  • 2004 - Edward Roth & Terri Roth