Campaign Volunteers

campaign volunteers

Invest in Your Company’s Future and Your Community

Employee Campaign Coordinators (ECC) and Loaned Executives (LE) have a key role in making the United Way campaign a success.

ECC’s raise awareness inside the company walls and motivate employees to get interested and involved in the community by engaging their colleagues in a dialogue about United Way, the needs of the community, and creating long-term sustainable solutions to the real problems. With energy and enthusiasm, they encourage participation in their workplace campaign.

LE’s are employees of local companies who are loaned, on a part-time basis, by their employers to help with United Way campaigns. LE’s assist local companies conduct a successful United Way campaign. They serve as a United Way spokesperson, conveying the needs of the community and promoting community involvement.

How Does Your Organization Benefit?

Talent Development –
Employees take part in trainings and gain tangible skills. Send us your best, they will return better.

Employee Retention –
Employees return confident, engaged and proud of their company that invests not only in their employees, but also in their community.

Community Resources –
Employees develop a deeper understanding of United Way programs and resources to the benefit of your entire organization.

Brand Exposure –
Employees’ widespread presence in our area will project your company’s commitment to the community.

How Does Your Employee Benefit?

Your employee develops desirable professional skills with a focus on leadership, project/relationship management, public speaking, enhanced communication skills, creative thinking, problem solving and team building skills. They are able to broaden network connections with key community and business leaders and gain a deeper awareness of community issues, needs and resources in Potter and Randall Counties. United Way’s Volunteer Training program provides top-tier training elements including:

  • Sales Training
  • The G.R.O.W. Model (GROWing people, performance and purpose)
  • Community awareness training on United Way of Amarillo & Canyon providers, programs and initiatives
  • Team building activities in a diverse environment
  • Presentations from community leaders

Commitment Details

3-10 hours per week (August-November)
Please contact Sr. Resource Development Director, Jason McCoy at 806.376.6359