Virtual Campaign Toolkit

Thank you for supporting your workplace charitable giving campaign. Whether this is your first time planning a workplace campaign or a role that you have done for years, we want to welcome you and thank you for your contribution to your community.

Benefits of running a workplace campaign in support of United Way:

  • Improve employee attraction, engagement, and retention
  • Create team building and professional development opportunities
  • Enhance company profile
  • Build a stronger, more prosperous community where you operate

The United Way Campaign Toolkit is designed to provide you with the digital resources to support your workplace campaign.

To get started simply expand the accordions below for planning guides, training tools, impact stories, marketing assets and event ideas—everything you need to plan and execute a successful campaign.


Media, Logos & Social

Social Media Guide

Please follow the provided guidelines around proper use of United Way logos.
Brandmark Guidelines

Colour LogoB&W Logo

Colour Logo: JPEGGIF  Black & White Logo: JPEGGIF

Media Contact

Chief Possibility Officer &

Vice President External Relations 
Robert Howard

Engagement Opportunities

Employee Engagement Day: Hands-on volunteer projects with local community organizations bring your workplace together for a common cause. It’s a rewarding way to spend a day. Build awareness, teamwork and morale.

To plan an Employee Engagement Day please fill out the Employee Engagement Form in its entirety and return it to Jessica Hanson-Scott at

Volunteer: The great strength of the United Way in our community is the great breadth, diversity and commitment of our volunteer base. To find out more about volunteering with the United Way Durham Region visit our Volunteer page.