Campaign Communications

Retaining Retirees

October 20, 2016  //  

Before someone retirees, either during the exit interview or while going through the retirement package have your HR department take the time to discuss the value of continuing to donate to the United Way/ Community Health Charities campaign and supporting our local community. We realize that budgets may be tighter when someone retires, but a… View Full Content »

Getting the word out

September 27, 2016  //  

Communication is key to a successful United Way/Community Health Charities Campaign. It is one of the best ways to show donors the impact their dollars have within the community. Communication can be as elaborate as creating your own campaign video or as simple as sending out a monthly email with a couple of statistics. Here… View Full Content »

Every Donor Counts: Growing Participation

September 19, 2016  //  

In campaigns we often concentrate our efforts on increasing gifts from loyal donors and growing our leadership numbers, but it’s important to remember that every donor counts and can make a difference.   Every dollar an employee gives goes toward supporting education, income and health programs in our community. Giving at any level helps United… View Full Content »

Get Creative

September 12, 2016  //  

Themes are an inspirational way to increase employee involvement, so have FUN with it. Having a theme is a great marketing tool to help convey the message you are trying to send for your campaign. People love to be inspired, have fun and know that they are making a difference in their community, so creating a unified… View Full Content »

Divide & Concur – A Campaign Committee

August 29, 2016  //  

A committee can be one of the most important pieces to running a successful United Way/Community Health Charities campaign. Having a committee gives you an opportunity to connect with a variety of people throughout your organization and build those long-lasting relationships that will have a continual effect on our local communities. There are several other… View Full Content »

Talking points to help spread the word

August 25, 2016  //  

This year’s campaign focuses on the power of education, income and health and how they fit together. These three strategic areas are proven to be vital pieces to a healthy, prosperous life. By giving to the United Way Impact Fund, you’re giving friends, families and neighbors in our community the chance to build a better… View Full Content »

Education Pillar

August 25, 2016  //  

Goal: Lincoln Public Schools will achieve a 90% high school graduation rate by 2019 In the area of educational achievement, the relationship between high school graduation and lifetime potential is clearly established. In order to reach high school graduation, there are key development stages along the way, and if met, lead to maximizing the student’s… View Full Content »

Income Pillar

August 25, 2016  //  

Goal: Economic security The value of economic security is reflected in many places: A utility bill, a grocery list, a rent check or a trip to the shoe store for a growing child. These basic needs are within reach for many of us, but for some in our community they are not guaranteed. A recent… View Full Content »

Health Pillar

August 25, 2016  //  

Goal: Improve the health and safety of local residents  Health and safety issues can be difficult topics to address, but the fact remains that many families in our community need help and support in these areas. Domestic violence continues to affect our friends and neighbors. And while medical advances and discoveries are being made every… View Full Content »

Lincoln Vital Signs In Depth Look at Income and Health

August 11, 2016  //  

Last week we learned about the Lincoln Vital Signs report and what it taught us about how our local students are currently performing. This week we will take an in-depth look at what our neighbors and friends are experiencing in the areas of income and health. The Lincoln Vital Signs report brought to light some… View Full Content »