WorkPlace Giving

Updated:May 28,2014
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The Workplace Giving Campaign is a unique workplace giving program designed to empower your employees by offering them a choice in the nonprofits they can support. Employees want to be able to choose what charities they will support and are more satisfied with a workplace campaign that gives them this option. Such campaigns achieve greater participation, satisfaction and overall contributions. Giving also allows your company to brand the campaign as your own.

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By offering a choice of nonprofits, the American Heart Association’s Workplace Giving Campaign helps you empower your employees, increasing their satisfaction and boosting your campaign’s success. 

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Employee Benefits:
  • Increased morale.  Providing choices enhances employee morale, commitment and retention.
  • Satisfaction.  Allowing employees to choose increases their satisfaction and participation in company giving.
  • Involvement.  Including employees is a powerful way to link their own and your company's interests.
  • Ease.  Making payroll deductions to support charities that employees care about is simple.
Company Benefits:
  • Demonstrated commitment.  Company-branded campaigns demonstrate to employees and customers that community leadership is a company priority.
  • Increased giving.  Case after case shows that when employees are given options, participation rates increase.
  • Improved morale.  When donors can make a difference to a cause they care about, everyone wins.
  • Greater efficiency.  A giving campaign allows for a payroll deduction program.  That's easy for your employees and allows more money to go to the nonprofits and less to campaign administration.
Charity Benefits:
  • Education.  Participating nonprofits can more effectively deliver workplace education and assistance to your employees.
  • Lowest fundraising cost.  Company-owned campaigns let more money go to the organizations and less to administer the campaign.
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The American Heart Association is here to help your campaign succeed!   
 
The American Heart Association will:
  • Provide an employee survey to determine interest areas and gain feedback.
  • Supply a coordinator's guide to plan and implement your campaign.
  • Consult with company leaders to facilitate expanding giving options.
  • Arrange speakers to educate employees.
  • Provide ideas and support in creating campaign materials.
Your Role in the Campaign:
  • Decide to offer a choice in workplace giving options.
  • Develop a campaign goal and implementation plan.
  • Communicate the change and benefits to all employees.
  • Kick off the campaign with enthusiasm.
  • Thank all who participate.

To learn more, please contact Jodie Kolkowski via e-mail at Jodie.kolkowski@heart.org or call us at 1-800-AHA-USA1.