Workplace Campaigns

A workplace campaign is a great way to bring employees together around a common cause. Join the hundreds of organizations from across Saskatoon and the surrounding area in building sustainable, long-term solutions to social issues in our community.

Workplace Giving

Join hundreds of organizations from across Saskatoon and area in building sustainable, long term solutions to the unignorable issues facing our community. Issues like-grade level reading, stable housing, mental health supports and access to services.

In designing your giving program, you have lots of options. You can make a targeted corporate gift to a specific issue in Saskatoon, engage your team in giving, or join special events in our city that support United Way’s work.

Why run a workplace campaign?

Engage employees in the community. Build belonging in your organization.

  • Strengthen your organization’s profile as an active community leader
  • Enhance employee morale, pride and loyalty
  • Help employees to get involved and give back to their community
  • Develop a company culture of supporting others and changing lives

How to get started

Ready to make a difference? Get in touch with United Way’s workplace philanthropy team. These experts will help your organization implement a custom corporate social responsibility program—tailored to your team’s interests and your community’s needs.

Our experts will help you create a strong program that achieves a measurable impact in Saskatoon.

Contact us at office@unitedwaysaskatoon.ca for more information.

Check out our Campaign Best Practices Guide for great campaign ideas and to help you increase your campaign success.

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How to run a successful campaign in 5 easy steps

1. Energize

2. Inspire

3. Engage

4. Ask

5. Thank

Campaign Toolkit

Engaging your employees in giving initiatives will make a tremendous difference in the lives of people right here in Saskatoon.

This toolkit will help you every step of the way. Included are tips, best practices, forms, templates, materials, videos and everything in between. Enjoy these great resources for coordinating an engaging, informative and successful workplace campaign.

We offer online and payroll donation options.  Below you can download a printable donation form.

Workplace Online Giving – Our secure online giving tool “Epledge” offers an alternative to paper pledge forms.  Each employee receives a personalized email link to our online system with a variety of methods to donate.  If you’re interested in Epledge, please ask your United Way staff partner.

Workplace Donation Form

Good planning is the key to running a successful employee giving initiative. We have given you a timeline to use as a template, along with all of the information you need to set up for success!

Every organization takes its own unique approach, and our staff are happy to provide ideas and assistance.

Special Events Guide Engagement Opportunities Ambassador Guide Request a Speaker Employee Envelope Summary Sheet

Journey Home 1-pager PDF

Leadership Match 1-pager PDF Summer Success 1-Pager PDF Top 30 Corporate Accounts and Unions PDF Journey Home Handbill Leadership Match Handbill Funded Agencies and Programs-PDF Campaign Poster Thermometer Poster Suggested Giving Amounts Handbill 2021 Community Impact Report Leadership Giving Honour Roll

Logos & Guidelines

The United Way logo is one of the most recognized and trusted non-profit brand identities in the world. To maintain the integrity of the brand, we have strict guidelines for the use of our logo. Please contact our office at office@unitedwaysaskatoon.ca for logo files and guidelines.

Letters of Endorsement

Every year many national and local unions, labour bodies, and labour councils write letters of endorsement in support of the United Way Community Campaign. We have included them below. Additionally, our Associate Director, Labour Partnerships has access to many national union endorsement letters. Call 306-975-7700 for more information.

Saskatoon & District Labour Council Endorsement Letter Canadian Labour Congress Endorsement Letter
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