Are you currently an Employee Campaign or Leadership Giving Chair running a workplace campaign? Use the available materials below to spread the word, enhance your presentations, and learn about available awards for exceptional campaigns.
2016 Theme Information
“Make Your Moment” is about connecting people’s passions to purpose. It’s an interactive campaign that invites supporters to take a short quiz to discover opportunities to get involved in our community. Here are some materials that can be used to incorporate the “Make Your Moment” campaign in your workplace.
- Make Your Moment Video | Download video
- Education Success Story – Amanda and Hailey Reeder (YouTube)
- Financial Stability Success Story – Barbara Fleming (YouTube)
- Health Success Story -Laila Farrington and Full Service Schools (YouTube)
- 2015-2016 Impact Report (PDF)
- 2015-2016 Impact Report (PNG)
- Fact Sheets
- Duval County (coming soon)
- Clay County (PDF)
- Baker County (coming soon)
- Nassau County (coming soon)
- Northern St. Johns County (coming soon)
- Live United Fliers (PDF)
- Education, Income and Health One Pagers (PDF)
- Diamond Donor & Loyal Contributor Form (PDF)
Below are former popular materials you are welcome to use for your campaign.
- Make Your Moment
- Campaign Emails
- Social Posts
- Campaign Emails (.doc)
- Campaign Letters
- Leadership Letters
Employee Campaign Chair of the Year
This award recognizes the key leadership position in companies and organizations that consistently determines the success of the campaign, and is given to an employee campaign coordinator who has shown exemplary commitment to United Way of Northeast Florida and our community. It is given to companies based on employee size: less than 100 employees; 100-500 employees; 500-1500 employees; more than 1500 employees. At least five of the following criteria must be met to be eligible for the award:
- Attend ECC Training
- Participated in United Way of Northeast Florida-managed volunteer event
- Organized United Way presentations/employee meetings
- Acquired incentives for participation in the campaign
- Promoted leadership giving programs
- Increased employee percentage participation from prior year
- Increased total dollars raised from prior year
- Used innovative ideas and strategies when running campaign
New Campaign of the Year
Each year a new company that ran an outstanding campaign for the first time is honored. The winner is selected based on organizational support, level of employee participation, campaign results, internal communications, special events, showing the campaign video, running a leadership campaign, hosting a community impact or recipient speaker and volunteer participation.
Small Business of the Year
This award recognizes an outstanding campaign put forth by a small business. The winner is selected based on organizational support, level of employee participation, campaign results, internal communications, special events, showing the campaign video, running a leadership campaign, hosting a community impact or recipient speaker and volunteer participation.
Circle of Honor
The Circle of Honor recognizes companies and organizations at the level of Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze. At each level there are four criteria, of which two must be met to receive the award.
Million Dollar Circle
This award recognizes those companies whose long-standing support has resulted in achieving and exceeding one million dollars.
Summit Award (All Circle of Honor Organizations qualify for the Summit Awards)
This is the highest honor presented to organizations that best exemplify the vision of United Way through their spirit, involvement, and leadership during the campaign. This award will be given to companies based on employee size: less than 100 employees; 100-500 employees; 500 – 1500 employees; more than 1500 employees. There are two sets of criteria pertaining to this award.
A minimum of two of the following criteria must be met for the organization to be considered for this award:
- Gave a corporate gift or match on employee contributions
- Increased total dollars raised from previous campaign by 5%
- Increased percent of employee participation from previous campaign by 5%
- Increased number of leadership givers from previous campaign by 5%
- Increased employee contribution to the Community Impact Fund by 5% or maintained a Community Impact Fund contribution of 80% or higher.
In addition, a minimum of six criteria must be met from the following:
- Participated in a United Way-managed volunteer event
- Received visible support from CEO/President/Manager
- Organized employee campaign meetings which were informative and educational
- Loaned or sponsored a Community Builder and/or participated as a Resource Management volunteer
- Participated in leadership giving events/meetings
- Utilized Community Impact speakers/tours
- Promoted United Way through internal communications, emphasizing the Community Impact Fund
- Hosted special events or fundraising activities to enhance employee campaign
- Ran as a Pacesetter
- Implemented a New Hires Program