Help us build communities of stable households and thriving children.

When you and your coworkers give to United Way, you’re making your dollars go further toward helping the community and your neighbors. That’s because we leverage a network of hundreds of community, corporate, government and nonprofit partners, and thousands of donors, volunteers and advocates, to create positive, measurable and sustainable change in our community.

Whether your company is still in the office or working remotely, we can’t wait to show you the impact United Way is able to make because of supporters like you. Click here to view our campaign toolkit, full of resources to help you make your campaign a success.

Thank you for Living United.


5 Tips To Run A Successful Campaign

1. Energize

Recruit a strong team to lead your United Way Campaign.

2. Inspire

Share the United Way story with all employees.

3. Engage

Connect employees with advocacy and volunteer opportunities to learn more about the work they support.

4. Ask

Make sure everyone knows that every dollar matters and ask them to contribute.

5. Show appreciation

Thank everyone for giving.

Lead Your Company’s Workplace Campaign

Employee Campaign Coordinators use their passion and talents to inspire and motivate their colleagues to join United Way’s mission. As the face of United Way, Employee Campaign Coordinators educate their coworkers about donations, volunteer efforts and advocacy actions that are making a difference in Southeastern Michigan.

Contact us to learn more about becoming an Employee Campaign Coordinator.

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Learn About The Work First Hand


Use your voice and join one of our current advocacy efforts to help affect policy change that benefits the community.
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Spend an hour or spend a day volunteering in the community or virtually with your coworkers and learn about our work firsthand.
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Request a Speaker

Schedule a speaker to kick off your campaign or speak at a company-wide meeting and share our latest work — virtually or in person.
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