Campaign Leaders, we have the tools you need to run a successful workplace campaign. Scroll down to access logos, pledge forms, sample letters, and more.
Campaign Leaders’ Guide
This helpful guide is full of campaign tips and updates on what’s happening at United Way of Rhode Island. Download here.
Do you have questions? We have answers. Check out these FAQ.
8 Steps to a Successful Campaign
Follow these steps and you’ll be on your way to running a successful workplace campaign. Download here.
E-Pledge is a no-cost electronic giving and donor management tool for Rhode Island companies that can increase the efficiency of your workplace campaign. Find out more here.
Pledge Forms & Instructions
Need pledge forms? Have questions on how to fill them out? Check out these resources.
- Campaign Summary Form
- Corporate Pledge Card
- Pledge Form — English
- Pledge Form — Spanish
- Pledge Form Instructions — English
- Pledge Form Instructions — Spanish
You love Rhode Island, right? What changes do you want to see? At United Way, we believe that change is possible — all we need is YOU. Let’s make Rhode Island better, together. Watch this year’s campaign video here, or check out more videos here.
Want to get new hires involved? We have a program for that. Find out more here.
We’ve done the work for you — these five letters are ready to be sent.
Social Media Kit
Be a social media superstar. Copy and paste messages from this kit to your own social media channels. Download here.
Themes, Incentives & Activities
Want to get people excited? Use some of the following ideas to engage your coworkers and make your campaign memorable. Download here.
What Can a Dollar Buy? Flyer
This flyer includes examples of how various giving levels can support our community through weekly payroll deduction. Download here.
Thank you for being an important part of this year’s workplace campaigns. Your support is helping fund proven programs that make a difference in the lives of people right here in the Ocean State. Together, we will change the lives of 250,000 Rhode Islanders by 2020.