Campaign Toolkit

Thank you for getting involved and giving back to your community. You are part of a local love movement of like-minded individuals working together to help people in need.

We want to make it easy for you inspire your colleagues and to lead a fun, educational and successful Workplace Campaign.

How to run a successful workplace
campaign in 5 easy steps







This toolkit will help you along every step of the way. Don’t be shy! If you need help, contact your United Way contact, either your Donor Relations Officer or Campaign Associate.

Good planning is essential for a successful campaign. We have a training guide that you will find useful and other information and templates to help you get your campaign ready and set up for success! Our staff is also happy to offer additional ideas and assistance.

ECC training guide

We want to make it easy to give and to show how donations can make a difference.

The Impact Calculator and Make the Month are tools that shows how your donation makes a difference in the community and allows you to experience the struggles one person may face on a low fixed income.

Impact Calculator

Make the Month

Posters – put these up around your office – in your lunch room or on bulletin boards – to help raise awareness and show examples of impact.

Campaign poster – AJ/mental health

Campaign poster – Nadine/education

Campaign poster – Zoe/isolation

Campaign Thermometer Poster

Here our United Way pledge form and the “What your dollar buys” flyer which shows examples of what kind of impact different levels of giving can have.

United Way Pledge Form

What your dollar buys

United Way funds a network of community and services that help people in need. The Community Investment Directory lists all of the programs and services we fund in the Capital Regional District.

The Outcomes Report provides some facts and numbers on how many people we’ve helped and how.

Community Investment Directory

Outcomes Report

Annual reports and financials

Meet some of the people who are being helped thanks to donors.

AJ’s story

Nadine’s story

Zoe’s story