Here are 4 ways businesses and organizations can be involved:
United Way workplace campaigns are about bringing people in local workplaces together to tackle our community's most difficult issues in the areas of education, financial stability, and health. Whether you're a small business, major corporation or even a nonprofit, you can join the hundreds of local businesses and organizations that run workplace campaigns each year.
By investing your corporate charitable dollars with United Way, you get a partner who:
Individuals and groups can make a difference in your community and help bring about the change they want to see by volunteering for a cause or organization that shares their ideals.Volunteering not only provides the satisfaction of making a difference - it can offer other benefits, such as:
Loaned Executives are individuals “loaned” to United Way from an organization or sponsored with funds from local companies. Loaned Executives function as extensions of the United Way fundraising staff in coordinating employee campaigns and soliciting employee pledges throughout Mid Coast Maine during the Campaign. Loaned Executives build leadership, communication, and teamwork skills while assisting local employers in planning, implementing, and managing successful United Way workplace campaigns. Serving as United Way spokespeople, Loaned Executives convey the mission, vision, and values of United Way to the community.
Companies that have offered Loaned Executives and/or sponsored Loaned Executives include: L.L.Bean, Hannaford, Bath Savings Institution, FHC, Inc., and Norway Savings Bank.
If you are interested in any of these involvement options, please contact us at 207-443-9752 or email@example.com.
There are many advantages to running a United Way workplace campaign:
United Way of Mid Coast Maine is a tested leader in workplace giving and we thoroughly vet our nonprofit members annually to ensure we provide donors with access to the most effective nonprofit organizations in the area.
Through a workplace campaign your employees will experience the satisfaction of seeing their donations turn into programs and services that create impact on people’s lives. When they see the needle moving on important social issues in our community, they will know your company or organization helped to make a difference and they will feel proud of their collective accomplishments.
United Way of Mid Coast Maine will partner with you to develop a customized fundraising campaign that aligns with your corporate values, as well as the particular interests of your employees. We will provide training and support to assist you in building your fundraising team and running an effective campaign. We will provide you with the tools and resources needed to be successful.
2023 Campaign Cabinet
The Campaign Cabinet are volunteer community leaders who have a passion for the United Way mission and want to help us reach our fundraising goal. The Cabinet is comprised of new and returning members, and include:
Kelly Creamer, Campaign Chair, LincolnHealth
Steve Bailey, Maine School Management Association
Mike Cunningham, Hannaford
Karry Kane, Norway Savings Bank
Tamara Lilly, Burgess Technology Services
Patrick Manuel, RSU 1
Tara McCannell, L.L.Bean
Karianne Merry, General Dynamics Bath Iron Works
Sarah Parnell, MaineHealth
Cindy Tucci, Retired