Corporate Hub2023-08-31T16:02:05-05:00

Corporate Hub

Together, we can make great things happen.


You and your employees have the power to help others in our community when you partner with United Way.

Group of corporate volunteers help assemble boxes of food at a local food pantry.

Volunteering enhances teamwork, strengthens morale and demonstrates your organization’s commitment to our community. Our Volunteer Center can help you create a custom project.

Employees at a company cookout as part of their United Way campaign.

We can help you to set up a successful employee fundraising campaign in your workplace. Keep scrolling to learn more!


We can help you develop a sponsorship or custom fundraising initiative that aligns with your corporate values. Contact Gwen Kochman, Vice President of Philanthropy, at or (316) 267‑1321 to discuss further.


Employees posing with their United Way Spirit of Caring award.
It’s good for your company.

Partnering with United Way positions your company as responsive to the needs of the community in the eyes of your peers, customers and employees.

Employees dressed up in 70s attire for their United Way campaign.
It’s good for your employees.

A campaign makes it easy for your employees to make philanthropic contributions through payroll deduction…and have fun while doing it. There are also opportunities for staff to gain leadership experience and work with other departments.

Red "United Way Helps Here" banner hanging on the fence.
It’s good for our community.

Your campaign will support needed local programs and initiatives in the areas of health, education, financial stability and basic needs. Together, we make Wichita and surrounding communities a better place to live, work and play.


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1. Host an all staff meeting

It only takes 15 – 20 minutes for a United Way Relationship Manager to talk with your staff about community needs and how they can help. Call United Way at (316) 267‑1321 to schedule a time.

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2. Pass out pledge cards and brochures

At the meeting, make sure each staff member gets a pledge card and brochure. United Way can provide these materials.

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3. Collect and return pledge cards

Collect pledge cards and complete a report envelope. Call United Way at (316) 267‑1321 when it’s ready to be picked up.

Are you leading the United Way campaign at your company? Thank you! Your work as a Campaign Leader is vital to advancing the common good for all in our community. We’re here to help you rally your coworkers for a successful campaign.

Questions? Your United Way contact can be reached at (316) 267-1321.


Your United Way campaign should reflect your company’s unique culture. Below, you’ll find everything you need to create a campaign that reflects your company’s values and inspires your coworkers to get involved. Questions? Your United Way contact can be reached at (316) 267‑1321.

Campaign Guides2022-08-31T08:27:46-05:00
Campaign Materials2023-08-10T18:28:27-05:00

Print Materials

Contact your United Way contact for printed copies of these materials.

Campaign Brochure


Pledge Card (With Designations)

English – Fillable PDF

Pledge Card (Without Designations)

English – Fillable PDF

Corporate Pledge Card

Thermometer Poster

Sample Emails & Letters

Email Templates – Coming soon! 


2-1-1 Stuffers


PowerPoint Template

Standard (4:3)
Widescreen (16:9)

Thank You Graphic – Coming soon! 

Making Choices Activity (Poverty Simulation)

Auto Debit Form


2023 Videos

Each video focuses on a specific area of impact donors generate when they give to United Way and features stories based on real-life examples. Consider incorporating these into your campaign presentation, emailing them to staff throughout your campaign or posting them to your social media platforms.

Links to view are hosted on YouTube. Links to download will provide you with a 720HD MP4 file. If you need a higher resolution or different file type, contact your Associate Director of Philanthropy. 

Program Videos

Find a variety of videos that illustrate the impact of United Way programs on our YouTube channel. If you find one you’d like to incorporate into your campaign presentation, let your Associate Director of Philanthropy know. They can supply you with an appropriate file or link.

More About United Way2022-07-13T10:33:13-05:00
ePledge Materials2023-07-17T12:58:29-05:00
Photos & Graphics2022-10-18T17:40:02-05:00
Report Forms2022-06-15T13:25:32-05:00
Order Custom United Way Products2021-10-26T19:45:08-05:00

Check the United Way Store for a variety of promotional items and apparel:


United Way is more than just fundraising. Here are a few ways to stay connected throughout the year.

Support United Way When You Shop2023-02-01T15:15:09-06:00

Ask your employees to support United Way of the Plains when shopping.

Dillons Community Rewards 

Logo of Dillons. The Kroger company has a program is meant to make fundraising easy for local nonprofits that shoppers choose to support. It works similarly to Amazon Smile. 

To sign up for Dillons Community Rewards: 

  1. Sign in at If  you don’t already have a digital account with Dillons, create one here
  2. Select an organization at this link. Search “United Way of the Plains,” select it, and hit “save.” 

To learn more about Dillons Community Rewards, click here.

Promote 2112022-06-15T13:29:04-05:00

Our 211 Information and Referral service connects people looking for help with thousands of nonprofit and government services. Use our 211 toolkit to get the word out to your staff.

Host a New Hires Program2022-06-15T13:31:27-05:00

Tell new employees how your company cares about the community through United Way by giving them a special new hires folder that contains a United Way brochure and pledge card.

Ask your United Way contact for copies of the new hires folder.

Help Exiting Employees Stay Involved2022-07-15T15:43:16-05:00

Whether an employee is retiring or moving on in their career, give them the opportunity to learn how to continue their support of the community through the exit flier. If an employee is retiring, be sure to talk with them about Always United.

Your United Way contact can provide more information and print materials.



Lend a helping hand! Contact our Volunteer Center to set up a custom group project for your company.

Let coworkers know they can find volunteer opportunities to match their interests by searching online.

Help Distribute Funds2022-06-15T13:44:52-05:00

Ever wonder how we invest in nonprofit programs? Because United Way’s mission is to meet the needs of the community, we enlist the help of community volunteers. Apply today to be one of more than 100 volunteers who review nonprofit program investment applications and make funding recommendations – making sure United Way contributions do the most good. Learn more here. 

Free Tax Prep Program2022-06-15T12:02:37-05:00

You and your co-workers have the power to help others on the road to financial stability. Become a volunteer for our free tax prep program! This volunteer opportunity is great for young professionals looking to build their resumes, retirees wanting a temporary volunteer gig and anyone with a passion to help others. Free training provided to become an IRS certified tax preparer. Learn more and sign up today!

Don’t forget to promote the service to your employees each tax season! Learn more about the program.


Staff Meeting Presentations2023-08-10T18:31:11-05:00

Invite your United Way contact to your regularly scheduled staff meetings. They can…

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Gwen Kochman
Gwen KochmanVice President of Philanthropy
Emily Juhnke
Emily JuhnkeAssociate Vice President of Philanthropy
Katie Eaton
Katie EatonAssociate Director of Philanthropy
Jessie Gorges-Sawhill
Jessie Gorges-SawhillAssociate Director of Philanthropy
Brooklyn Black
Brooklyn BlackAssociate Director of Philanthropy
Mario Cervantes
Mario CervantesAFL-CIO Community Services Liaison
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