Workplace Campaign

When you support Brown County United Way by donating, volunteering or advocating, you join an exceptional group of game changers, problem solvers and difference makers. United, we take on our region’s biggest challenges and we couldn’t do it without people like you.

Our Campaign headquarters is designed to provide you with the resources you need to build a successful partnership with United Way. Please check back periodically for updated and additional resources.

  • We run 122 workplace campaigns in 10 different fields and industries
  • in 2018 we raised over 3.4 million dollars
  • We run campaigns with companies that have as little as 8 employees, to as many as 2,300

Are you ready to start your own campaign?

We have a ton of ready-to-go materials to help you run a smooth and successful campaign. Browse our library of materials including videos, posters, rack cards, pledge forms, games, and much more!

Core Materials

Dr. Jonny Andia from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention presents information on how to create effective testimonials for COVID-19 prevention.

ECC Guide
Campaign Material Order Form
Rack Card
Pledge Form
Corporate Pledge Form
Designation Form
Campaign Report Envelop
Funded Programs
E-Pledge Guide

More Great Tools

Raffle Record Keeping
Raffle Agreement
Request a Packers Football
What United Way Does
ALICE Simulation
2017 Investment Summary

Campaign Cabinet
Brown County United Way 2019-2020 Campaign Cabinet

Cabinet Co-Chairs
Paul Wochinske – Pomp’s Tire
Jim Wochinske – Pomp’s Tire

Cabinet Members
Steve McClure- BMO Harris Bank
Kristin Jacobs- CASA of Brown County
Katie Hess- Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Wisconsin
Jill Fochs- Ameriprise Auto and Home Insurance

Interested in sponsoring?

Brown County United Way offers signature opportunities with built-in exposure for companies to demonstrate their commitment to building stronger communities throughout Brown County.

All sponsorship opportunities can be customized to fit your needs and budget.

Want to learn more?

If you have any questions, contact Tom Schoffelman, Vice President of Resource Development.

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