BASIC CAMPAIGN TOOLKIT
Here you will find support materials for running a successful United Way of Hancock County campaign.
The Basic Campaign Toolkit simplifies running a campaign, with guides, checklists and fun ideas to get you started. You’ll also find digital and print resources to share with your company that answer questions like “What does United Way do?” Simply follow the categorized topics below and download the files to share with your employees and team.
Materials To Organize Your Team
What We Do - Difference Makers (front)
What We Do - Difference Makers (back)
Because Of You Insert (front)
Because Of You Insert (back)
Pledge Form (to print)
Digital Pledge Form (Invoice Me)
Donor Choice Form (a list of UWHC funded agencies)
To request a workplace sign, email Resource Development Director Kelley McClurkin at email@example.com
DEEP DIVE RESOURCES
If you’d like to dig deeper or your employees have a specific area of interest, check out this Deep Dive section.
Every person in Hancock County deserves to have access to food and good well-being. Visit our health-specific webpage for campaign materials that directly relate to health such as: flyers, posters, social media posts, digital banners, videos, stories and more.
United Way of Hancock County and local partner agencies are establishing prevention programs, preparing children to be school-ready, and ensuring every student reaches graduation, because we believe that all children deserve a better tomorrow. Visit our education-specific webpage for campaign materials that directly relate to education such as: flyers, posters, social media posts, digital banners, videos, stories and more.
Here we highlight the agencies and programs that are helping Hancock County residents with utilities and rent vouchers, public transportation, preventing homelessness and more. Visit our financial stability-specific webpage for campaign materials that directly relate to financial stability.
Other Sharable Content
Find other content that highlights some of the programs and groups we fund: