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Campaign Materials

Everything you need to run an incredible employee workplace campaign   

Congratulations on becoming a campaign manager! Now what? Below are the resources you’ll need to make your workplace campaign successful.        



The Emplyee Campaign Manager Guide Will help you organize your campaign, from your initial meetings with senior management to thanking and celebrating your donors.



Download the Employee Campaign Manager Guide (PDF)






Direct Services are a multitude of assistance services operated by United Way of Tri-County to improve the quality of life of those most at risk in our local communities. These services provide help in the areas of Hunger Relief. Mental Health, Early Literacy, Financial Stability and Information and Referral.



 Download the Direct Services (PDF)






Call2Talk Information Service is a confidential mental health and emotional support call line that assists individuals and families through stressful times in their lives, helping the despondent and those who may be suicidal.



Download the Call2Talk (PDF)





Volunteer Brochures: United Way is a non-profit organization that relies heavily on volunteers. Volunteers are giving their time and talents to create lasting solutions that improve life for everyone. Click on the PDF and make a difference in your community!



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Mass 211 is a hotline that assists people looking for training, employment, food pantries, help for an aging parent, addiction prevention, affordable housing options, child care options, support groups and ways of becoming part of their community.



Download the Mass 211 (PDF)