An Opportunity for You and for Your Employees
“Wisconsin Oven believes in the United Way of Walworth County because we are committed to the area that our employees live. The United Way allows Wisconsin Oven to contribute to numerous local programs and agencies, helping build a better place for our employees to live, work, and raise our families.” -Greg Jennings, President & CEO
Join the fight!
Partnering with the United Way of Walworth County to establish an Employee Giving Campaign means much more than just raising money. It’s an opportunity for employees to make a difference to over 40 charitable agencies in Walworth County. A chance to learn more about the struggles facing their neighbors and how they can help by donating, volunteering or advocating. A chance to learn about resources that are available if they, or someone they know needs assistance.
Typically campaigns happen in the Fall, but you can begin your campaign anytime. We work with your HR manager or anyone you designate as a campaign leader, providing the forms and simple instructions to set up auto payroll deductions. We come to your place of business to kick off your campaign. Employees are always grateful to learn of programs available to them such as the CALL 211 emergency resource helpline and SingleCare prescription savings. Employees are only given the opportunity, they are never pressured to participate. All monetary amounts remain anonymous.
Some companies offer additional incentives to employees who participate. For example, those who contribute $1 per paycheck get to spin the wheel for a prize and employees who contribute $5 per paycheck are entered into a drawing for one week of paid vacation. Some businesses offer a company match. We work with your designated leader to offer suggestions and design a campaign that best fits your business.
98% of every dollar stays in Walworth County!
Ready to get started? Have questions?
Contact Tammy Dunn, email@example.com
or call 262-374-4474
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In 1887, the Charity Organization Society raised $21,700 for the greater good of the Mile High area and created a movement that would become the United Way.