Workplace Campaign Coordinators are ambassadors of United Way. A Campaign Coordinator is a volunteer within the workplace who would lead a team or a committee in organizing their United Way campaign. At minimum this consists of a kick-off, direct “ask”, a visible goal & wrap-up. The workplace campaign takes place between September and December, and spans a period of 2-4 weeks. Some workplaces, depending on their size, coordinate events and activities for the duration of their campaign.

Get Involved
If there is an existing United Way campaign in your workplace, approach the existing committee to find out how you can become involved.

If you're interested in starting a workplace campaign, you should first gain the consent of a senior representative within your workplace, and then contact a campaign representative at United Way of Lee County to find out how to get started.

We're with You Every Step of the Way
We're here to support you. United Way offers a number of resources for organizing and promoting your workplace campaign including promotional materials, communications strategies and guest speakers.

Here are some resources to get you started…

Campaign Coordinator Guide

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Your Gift Counts Handout

For other resources or to schedule a campaign meeting at your workplace, contact the Campaign Manager at (334) 745-5540 or