“My favorite part of being a coordinator is educating my friends on the many great organizations there are, and how easy it is to support them.” ~ Joel Larson, Institute of Technology
UWCFD campaign coordinators are the key to a successful campaign. This role is vital in creating healthy charities and healthy communities. Team UWCFD is comprised of coordinators, campaign assistants, UWCFD staff and volunteers, and key campus community members.
Campaign coordinators have the exciting opportunity to connect colleagues with the causes they care about. Coordinators inform, inspire, excite, engage, uplift, connect, motivate, incite to action, instill urgency, and invite support, interest and dedication.
By working with their campaign assistants and using the resources in the toolkit, coordinators can create and implement a successful campaign plan. Serving on behalf of the UW Combined Fund Drive benefits donors, nonprofit organizations, and our community.
“My favorite part about being a coordinator is organizing fundraisers. It is so great to see my colleagues come together and raise money for such great causes!” ~ Jennifer Mallahan, Labor Relations
Interested in joining Team UWCFD? Coordinators are appointed by their dean, director, chair, or chancellor. If you would like to help support the work of charities in our community, check with your supervisor about serving as a campaign coordinator for the UW Combined Fund Drive or contact the UWCFD Office at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Campaign Coordinator Description
Campaign coordinators are truly the heart of the UW Combined Fund Drive. As a volunteer campaign coordinator, you are responsible for running and promoting the campaign locally in your unit or department. You will have the opportunity to participate in training, and work with a campaign assistant to develop and execute your campaign plan, coordinate events, make presentations, and distribute materials.
- Educate employees about the benefits of giving through the UW Combined Fund Drive
- Provide opportunities for employees to contribute to their favorite charitable nonprofits organizations via payroll deduction or check
- Manage a successful campaign
Role of the Coordinator
- Engage your colleagues & market your campaign
- Help create a culture of philanthropy in your agency or department
- Get your manager involved
- Ask your colleagues to help you plan and execute your campaign
- Share campaign materials including posters, charity guides, charity brochures, giveaways, and videos to help market your campaign
- Hold fundraisers and contests to make the campaign fun and inviting
- Raise awareness about the many benefits of giving
- Educate your fellow employees about how they can make a lasting impact locally, nationally, and globally
- Communicate how the dollars they donate impact nonprofits
- Connect your colleagues to their favorite causes
- Let them know how they can easily support the charities of their choice through payroll deduction
- Share information through nonprofit speakers and personal stories
- Make presentations
- Arrange for charity speakers to tell their stories at staff and other small group meetings
- Ask your colleagues to invest in the causes they care about most