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Since the beginning, we have relied on the generous support of corporations and small businesses to help meet community need. We could not do what we do without our Corporate Partners.
If you are interested in joining these amazing supporters in the fight for health, education and financial stability for everyone in our community, please contact Kasie Tenbarge at firstname.lastname@example.org or 219.464.3583 x103.
Volunteer to help us spread the word about how individuals, companies and the United Way Partner Network are positively impacting community need in Northwest Indiana.
Participants will receive professional development training provided by Dale Carnegie & Associates and participate in a variety of community activities such as Day of Caring projects, area nonprofit tours and community presentations.
Your team members will gain new skills and community insights while expanding their professional networks. Your organization will build a reputation as a community leader that postively impacts Northwest Indiana.
Support your community through a variety of program and event sponsorships built to increase your brand exposure and showcase that your organization cares about community. Check them out here.
Workplace campaigns are a simple and effective way to get the whole team involved in making a difference! Organizations can help employees give back and make a impact by allowing for community donations to be deducated from their paychecks.
On-site campaigns are led by a hand-picked leader, also known as an Employee Campaign Manager, who will work with United Way to coordinate the program based on corporate guidance and goals. No experience is necessary. Training is provided.
If you would like more information about how to kick off a Workplace Campaign, contact Kasie Tenbarge, Director of Development at 219.464.3583 ext. 103 or email@example.com.
This national partnership brings United Way and Labor Union associations together to improve quality of life for all residents. Union members serve as liaisons between their central labor councils and the local United Way. Liaisons coordinate volunteer projects, provide strike and lockout support, help the unemployed and more. For more information about the local Union federation, visit Northern Indiana Area Labor Federation.