Plan your United Way Workplace Campaign
Thank you for volunteering with your organization’s United Way of the Lower Mainland workplace campaign. Your enthusiasm and hard work fundraising make a tremendous difference in people’s lives in Metro Vancouver.
Our online tools and resources are designed to get you started and provide everything you need to run a successful and fun workplace campaign.
Need help planning your United Way campaign? Want to know what to say about United Way? Running a Leadership Giving campaign? Training guides are filled with planning checklists, tips and ideas to help you run a successful workplace campaign.
- Brochure only / Small poster pdf
- Thank you card pdf version
Fact Sheets and Dollars at Work
Your gift enables United Way to act on the root causes of social issues such as poverty, bullying and social isolation in 23 Lower Mainland municipalities - a region encompassing over two million people.
These documents provide facts, programs and service examples for United Way of the Lower Mainland’s three priority areas — Children 0-6, Children 6-12 and Seniors. They can be used in your newsletter, online, in PowerPoint presentations, email messages and in letters.
- Help break the cycle of proverty for children 0-6
- Help children 6-12 make the right choices
- Help seniors age with dignity
Dollars at work in your community
These documents highlight how United Way is supporting your local community. They can be used to show how our work is helping children, seniors and their families right where you live, work and play.
Forms & Reports
Use the following forms to order workplace campaign supplies or to book a Community Speaker or an Agency Tour.
- Campaign Supplies Order Form (Complimentary Items)
- Hero Banner Order Form
- Hero Banner Sample
- Community Speaker Request Form
- Agency Tour Request Form
- Leadership Presenter Request Form
Regularly submit your Employee Campaign and Special Event Campaign Reports and all pledge forms to your United Way staff partner or Loaned or Sponsored Representative and report final results to your co-workers.
Graphics & Design Elements
United Way of the Lower Mainland graphic and design resources can be used to promote your United Way workplace campaign. It is important not to alter or customize the graphical elements.
To open EPS files, Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator is required. EPS files can be placed in Quark or Adobe InDesign documents. They cannot be placed in Word documents. Word documents accept only JPG files.
United Way of the Lower Mainland
Government of Canada Charitable Workplace Campaign
Tools for Unionized Workplaces
United Way of the Lower Mainland and organized Labour have a strong and long-standing partnership. If your organization is unionized, the following tools and resources will help you run a United Way workplace campaign.
Brochure and Poster
Spirit Award Nomination Forms
The Scotiabank & United Way Community Spirit Awards is our opportunity to recognize and honour the many organizations, unions and individuals that have helped to strengthen our community over the past year.
These Awards recognize exceptional commitment, leadership and creativity. Your team may be eligible for a Spirit Award. The Spirit Awards are presented annually at a celebration that takes place in the Spring - a popular celebration for everyone involved in the United Way Campaign.
Spirit Awards nominations for 2012 are now closed! 2013 Spirit Awards nominations will open in Fall 2013.
Community Champions Award