Harnessing the power of caring
Since the beginning, we have relied on the generosity of corporate and small business partners to stabilize families and make Northwest Indiana stronger. We could not do what we do without you.
You can help secure income stability for working families, assist community members who need help, and build stronger lives throughout our Region.
We invite you to join the ranks of our amazing corporate partners in ensuring the success of our 2023-2025 Strategic Plan. Please get in touch with Kasie Tenbarge at [email protected] or 219.464.3583 x103 to get started.
Workplace Campaign Program
Workplace giving programs are simple and effective ways to get the whole team involved in making a difference in their community. Through this program organizations help employees give back to support the United Way Network.
United Way helps with onsite coordination of giving activities to meet corporate giving and employee engagement goals.
Custom giving pages are provided to promote an easy, one-stop giving opportunity a vast network of social services in the community. Giving pages offer credit card or payroll deduction payment methods.
All workplace giving programs are customized to meet the needs of the organizations and their employees.Presentation Request (Virtual or In-Person)
AFL-CIO Labor Union Partnership
This national partnership brings United Way and Labor Union associations together to improve the quality of life for all residents. Union members serve as liaisons between their central labor councils and the local United Way. Liaisons coordinate volunteer projects, provide strike and lockout support, help the unemployed and more. AFL-CIO stands for the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations. For more information about the local Union federation, visit Northern Indiana Area Labor Federation.
For more information about our partnership and how to get involved, contact Pete Smith, Labor Liaison, [email protected].
Did You Know?
- Union members giving and volunteering rates are higher than the general public.
- Union members represent skilled workers from across all sectors of industry – public and private – and bring a variety of expertise to the table to help their communities.
- Union Leaders serve on United Way Boards across the U.S. and the world.