Thank you for serving as a Campaign Coordinator! Your role is vital to the mission and vision of United Way SEMS.
As we embark on the 2020-21 United Way Campaign Season, we are doing so with a focus to "Respond, Recover, Reimagine, Rebuild." It will be a new challenge for all of us to recover and rebuild while additional waves of the virus may be hitting this fall and winter. Nevertheless, we are rebuilding for better, more equitable, and more resilient communities.
United Way wants to make your workplace giving campaign as simple as possible. The following tools are designed to help make your job easier. Remember, if you need any assistance or have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our office.
Now, more than ever, your role as a United Way Campaign Coordinator is crucial to helping us do what we do best in the aftermath of disasters – help communities respond, recover, rebuild, and reimagine for the long term.
This is us Living United!
Due to COVID-19, your campaign may look different from previous years. We are here to help!
Please feel free to contact us if you'd like to consult with a member of our staff about planning ideas and best practices to help make your campaign this year successful.
You can also connect with other local United Way SEMS Campaign Coordinators on our Facebook Group Page. In the meantime, we will provide other resources here that we think would help in your campaign implementation, so be sure to check back.
Steps for Wrapping Up Your Campaign:
Conduct final follow up with employees and collect pledge forms, cash, and checks.
Complete the Campaign Report Summary (see link below).
Return completed report summary along with pledge forms, cash, and checks to United Way of Southeast Mississippi.
Recognize and thank volunteers, donors, and CEO/Senior management.
Evaluate your results and prepare written recommendations for next year’s campaign.
Thank you for being a United Way SEMS Campaign Coordinator!