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Workplace Campaigns

United Way of Indian River County is addressing local health and human service needs by initiating and supporting programs that improve lives and build a stronger community.

Annually, our United Way is honored to have the opportunity to partner with many local businesses, offering employees an opportunity to give back to the community through Workplace Giving campaigns.

United Way's Annual Campaign in local workplaces focuses on bringing people together to tackle our community's most difficult issues; a task no one person or organization can do alone. Whether you're a small business, major corporation or even a non-profit, you can join more than 100 local businesses and organizations in Indian River County that run workplace campaigns each year.

Participating in the United Way Annual Campaign in your workplace gives organizations and their employees the opportunity to learn about our community's needs and give them a convenient opportunity to get involved.

Every workplace campaign is different and can be shaped around your organization's culture. Setting up and running a campaign is simple and we are here to help you, every step of the way.

We can help you set up your campaign so that employees can contribute through payroll deductions or easy-to-use online tools. Some companies double their impact by matching their employees' giving dollar for dollar.

 

 

Start a Workplace Giving Campaign Now

See the list of current workplace campaigns here.

Find out more information about the importance of Workplace Giving, Please email Caitlin, Workplace Campaign Manager, or call (772) 567-8900.

Campaign Materials:

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