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United Way of Lake County 2023-2024 Workplace Campaign Toolkit

When you partner with United Way of Lake County to run a workplace campaign, you create opportunities to engage your employees more deeply in their local community. You activate the process of permanent, positive change, and you connect your brand to a  trusted local nonprofit that's enlisting thousands to make Lake County a better place to live for all.

A campaign partnership strengthens connections between your employees and your community; helps educate those unaware of local issues and the challenges faced by Lake County's most vulnerable residents; provides your employees with an opportunity to give, volunteer for, and support worthy causes; and facilitates the power of collective impact to make a difference in the lives of our friends and neighbors in need. 

If you would like information on starting a giving campaign in the company where you work, we want to hear from you! Please contact Dione DeMitro at 440.440-639-1399. or via email at ddemitro@uwlc.orgIf you are interested in giving, you can click here to Donate Now .

If you are running a workplace giving campaign, below are the 2023 - 2024 campaign materials available for downloading. If you have any questions, please contact your United Way campaign representative Dione DeMitroDavid Whittaker, or Zach Siebert


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What We Do.

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5 Simple Steps to Starting an Employee Giving Campaign

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Our Community Impact (2023)



2023 Community Impact Infographic One-Sheet


The Benefits of Running a Workplace Giving Campaign


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365 Small Business United - If you are a Small Business, Click Below to Learn More!

365 Small Business United_2023


Menu of Opportunities - Ways Your Organization Can Partner with us to Make a Difference

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Customizable Poster/Campaign Sign: Ledger/Tabloid Size (11 x 17)
(Note: There is white space at the bottom of the image for your ability to customize 
with your campaign details)

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A Pathway to Success 

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Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities_2023


Our Grant Allocations (2 Pages)

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Community Outreach: Feed Lake County & Day of Caring Programs 

FLC & DOC_2023 Campaign Summary from 2022

Women United


WU_2023 One-Sheet


Emerging Leaders


EL One Sheet_2023 Campaign


Frequently Asked Questions




United Way Zoom Backgrounds


Workplace Campaign Giving Options


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Pledge Form for a Workplace Campaign

Note: Our actual pledge form is a 3-part NCR form. Copies of these can be obtained from us by contacting your UWLC campaign representative.


Workplace Giving Campaign Toolkit (Multi-Page pdf document)


Who Decides Where Funds Raised Get Allocated?



Important Notice to Lake County Residents who Work Outside Lake County

If you live in Lake County, but work in another county where you make a workplace donation through your employer's fundraising campaign, it's very important to be aware of the following:

A) The ONLY way to ensure your gift benefits your home community of Lake County, is to designate your gift to United Way of LAKE COUNTY.

B) Write or type United Way of LAKE COUNTY on your pledge form

C) If you do not see a place to specify this designation on either your paper or electronic pledge form, ask your workplace administrator and let them know that you want to ensure your gift supports the community where you live. Do not be shy. 

D) If you are not clear on how to ensure your donation benefits the community of your residence, you can always donate directly to us in one of 3 simple ways:

Online:  Donate online by clicking here (

Phone:  Call 440-639-1291 to give by phone

Mail:  Mail a check payable to United Way of Lake County and mail to United Way of Lake County, 9285 Progress Parkway, Mentor, OH 44060