Is your company interested in giving back to the community in an easy and fun way? Participating in a United Way workplace campaign gives your organization and your employees the opportunity to learn about our community’s needs and give them a convenient opportunity to get involved. You can join with other businesses across Amador, El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento and Yolo counties to help improve lives in our community.
We partner with a variety of organizations from many different industries – each incorporating a United Way workplace campaign that fits into their workplace culture and meets their community goals.
Did you know:
- Engaged employees are happier and 22% more productive. -Harvard Business Review
- 74% of employees say their job is more fulfilling when they are provided with opportunities to make a positive impact on social and environmental issues – and 83% of Millennials and 70% of all employees would be more loyal to a company that helps them contribute to important issues. -2016 Cone Communications Employee Engagement Survey
Interested in starting a United Way workplace campaign at your company? Contact Amber Lovett.
Thank you to our corporate partners for their commitment to helping United Way and our nonprofit partners transform lives and communities across our region. We’re better together.
Interested in becoming a partner? Find out more.
Companies making a big impact in the capital region:
- ACCO Engineered Systems
- Bank of America
- County of Sacramento
- Delta Dental
- Dr. Pepper Snapple Group
- Macy’s, Parent Account
- NuStar Energy
- Principal Funds
- Target Stores
- U.S. Bank
- AAA Insurance
- Elk Grove Unified School District
- Kaiser Permanente
- Union Pacific Railroad
- C&S Wholesale Grocers
- California Health and Wellness
- Golden 1 Credit Union
- Hanover Insurance Companies
- Illinois Tool Works Foundation
- Intel Corporation
- Procter & Gamble
- United Way California Capital Region
- Black & Veatch
- California – American Water Company
- City of Roseville
- Gilbert Associates, Inc.
- Greenheck Fan Corporation
- Johnson & Johnson
- Sacramento Regional Transit District
- Twin Rivers Unified School District
- Walmart/SAM’S Club Parent
Data is based on total 2016 – 2017 campaign contributions.
Each year, local companies participate in United Way California Capital Region’s Loaned Executive Program by providing qualified employees to United Way to assist in our annual campaign. Loaned Executives (LE’s) serve as an extension of the United Way Resource Development department and work full time or part time in United Way’s office from late July to early November.
The Loaned Executive experience provides:
- Growth opportunities through leadership and team building experiences
- Extensive development of public speaking, sales & marketing, and relationship management skills
- Immersion in a fast paced Resource Development department during the height of our fundraising campaign
- Participation in a 17 week program set to include a series of training and workshops with some of the region’s top training professionals
- Site visits to regional and funded partner nonprofit agencies to gain insight into community needs
Who would be a good candidate for the Loaned Executive Program?
Participating in the United Way Loaned Executive program has been a wonderful experience, it has opened my eyes to how much work is actually required to build, strengthen, and maintain relationships with companies throughout the United Way campaign. I have enjoyed working with an awesome mentor, Russ Gostage, and all the other amazing staff at United Way! Working to create a campaign with a employee campaign coordinator to collecting pledge forms and donations, has been exciting and informative.
Campaign Coordinators are ambassadors, storytellers and help communicate United Way’s purpose and work in our community. Being an Employee Campaign Coordinator is a big job, and we know you will find the experience to be very rewarding.
This toolkit has insights and quick tips to help you and your campaign committee members achieve success. Please look through the toolkit and contact your United Way campaign liaison if you need help.