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This area is for our Employee Campaign Managers (ECM) who provide leadership to the campaigns within their workplaces. Here you will find many tools that have been tried and true and will help you to create a successful campaign.

Whether a single ECM or, ideally, an ECM committee, these people assist in all steps of the planning process and also provide support as the activities of the campaign take place. We offer two half day training events annually to assist ECMs with creating successful campaigns and providing a year round United Way presence in their workplaces. The training features sessions for both the novice and experienced campaigners.

For more information contact Lillian Rose at 326-1195.
Documents

Campaign Helps
Best Practices
Campaign Timetable -
PDF, Word
Campaign Implementation
ECM Training Manual
ECM Training PowerPoint (2MB)

Letters
Pre-Campaign Letter Sample
Sample CEO Letters -
PDF, Word
Flyers, Stats, and Certificates
Employee Thank You Certificate
Employee Testimonial Flyer
Reality Check Template -
PDF, Word
What $1000 Will Do -
PDF, Word

Success Stories

Each Partner Agency has been asked to give the SJUW success stories that have happened because of the support they received through the SJUW. Please use these stories to help with your campaign.
Agency's Success Stories
Power Tips

  • Be sure to report the names of all your Leadership donors so United Way can recognize them and so they can receive all the benefits offered to members of the leadership programs.
  • You don’t have to wait until your campaign closes to submit partial reports with personal checks or gifts by credit card.
  • Provide training for your entire campaign team. Successful asks require knowledgeable campaigners who are comfortable asking for a pledge.
  • The group rally doesn't require an extra meeting. You can easily build it into a regularly scheduled meeting by asking for 10 – 20 minutes on the agenda.
  • Ask everyone to return a signed pledge card, even if they choose not to give. This will help you know where to follow-up and ensures that everyone was asked to contribute.
  • In addition to setting an overall campaign goal, set goals to increase the number of Leadership donors, percent participation or average gift.
  • One strategy for creating a fun and meaningful campaign is to develop a campaign theme that produces a unique experience for your organization.
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Logos

3 Color Spot Horizontal
JPEG, EPS
3 Color Spot Vertical
JPEG, EPS


4 Color Spot Horizontal
JPEG, EPS


3 Color Spot Vertical
JPEG, EPS


Blue One Color Horizontal
JPEG, EPS


Blue One Color Vertical
JPEG, EPS


Blue Special Usage Horizontal
JPEG, EPS

Blue Special Usage Vertical
JPEG, EPS


Black One Color Horizontal
JPEG, EPS


Black One Color Vertical
JPEG, EPS


Black Special Usage Horizontal
JPEG, EPS


Black Special Usage Vertical
JPEG, EPS



RGB Screen Applications Horizontal
JPEG, EPS

 
 
RGB Screen Applications Vertical
JPEG, EPS


Black Special Usage Motto
JPEG


White Special Usage Horizontal
JPEG, EPS


White Special Usage Vertical
JPEG, EPS


4 Color Spot Motto
JPEG


Blue Special Usage Motto
JPEG


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Posters
Open Your Heart
PDF, Publisher
We Are, We Do
PDF, Publisher

Football
PDF, Publisher


Working Together
PDF, Publisher


Ordinary People
PDF, Publisher

Little Boy
PDF, Publisher


Cowboy
PDF, Publisher


House
PDF, Publisher


Underneath Everything
PDF, Publisher


Live United
PDF, Publisher

Little Girl
PDF, Publisher


Fireman
PDF, Publisher



Thermometer Template
PDF, Word


Motorcycle
PDF, Publisher


Military
PDF, Publisher

 
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Photographs


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