For Local Companies
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 a convenient way to make a difference. You can join with other businesses across Amador, El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento and Yolo counties to help improve lives in our community.
Our team works with local businesses to create custom giving campaigns and volunteer opportunities to connect employees to their favorite causes. These campaigns bring together local time and local dollars to create local change. If we work together to LIVE UNITED, we can solve our region’s largest problems.
Engaged employees are happier and more productive.
More than 70 percent of employees feel a great sense of loyalty to
a company that helps them contribute to critical local issues.
With our help, you can create opportunities for your staff to give back to the community. Your company won’t just be doing good work, but also building stronger connections with your team.
- Grow your local community network
- Enhance employee relations and retention
- Customized volunteer opportunities for your employees
- Customizable company giving site that offers your employees an easy and secure way to donate
- Dedicated United Way liaison to help plan your campaign from start to finish
“Working with United Way is all about teaching us how to give, whether that’s time or money – it’s all about helping your neighbor.”
Deb Denham, annual campaign participant
Going Above and Beyond, When Campaigns Turn into Life Changing Work
How Principal and United Way turned a partnership into action
Together, united, we can make an impact, every day. Through United Way’s workplace giving campaigns, we connect over 1,000 local companies with local non-profits to make our community stronger. Our impact together extends beyond just connecting employees with local causes.
This is a story about how one local company help transform an old barn into a state-of-the-art career center for the foster youth.