Workplace Campaign Resources

Campaign Resources

As a volunteer in the Annual Campaign, we want you to have immediate access to the many resources that will help you share the United Way story more effectively with your coworkers, neighbors, friends, and family. Check out the many resources available below. Looking for something else? Email us at marketing@liveunitedlubbock.org.

 

Campaign Coordinator Kickoff

Watch the recording of our live training from August 19th. Learn more about United Way, and the impact you make as a volunteer. You'll also receive valuable resources and ideas to help make running your workplace campaign as easy as possible.

2021 Campaign Resources

If you would like to request a speaker for your employee campaign meeting, please click here.

All forms are in PDF format. Click here to download Adobe PDF Reader for free.

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  • Stories of Hope - Read stories about how United Way and our Community Partners are impacting lives on the South Plains.

  • Giving • People • Hope Podcast - Hear from community experts on a variety of topics related to our Community Partners, priority areas, and other community issues

  • Community Status Report - Learn more about Lubbock County and important indicators in education, health, safety, and more.

  • Heat Map and Zip Code Sheet - See a visual representation of where our Community Partners work and drill down into the details of individuals and families served throughout the South Plains.

  • What Your Dollars Can Do - Find out the difference a few dollars can make.

  • Sample Communications - Make communicating with your team even easier with these sample communication ideas that can be easily adapted to your organization.

  • Fundraising Ideas - Bring a fun element to your workplace campaign with these ideas.

  • Voluntary Giving Policy - Giving to United Way is completely voluntary. Click the link to learn more about our commitment to voluntary giving.

  • Donor Privacy Policy - We are committed to donor privacy and protecting donor data. Click the link to learn more.

 

Speaker Resources