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Ways To Give


Workplace Campaign

United Way workplace campaigns are about much more than just collecting money. They bring awareness of local issues facing our community to local businesses and employees. They teach the value of generosity across the workplace, helping to enhance the company culture. And they emphasize that everyone can be part of the solution.

Our community needs are evolving and so are our campaign options. We rise to the challenge and give help then, now, and always. YES, you should have your United Way campaign, and YES we are here to help with THREE EASY OPTIONS.

Campaign Options:

  • In Person Campaign
  • Virtual Campaign (contactless)
  • Blended Campaign

Learn how to Run a Workplace Campain.

Materials to Use and Share

Materials to Help You Plan your Workplace Campaign


County Service Centers

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Giving Societies

Beacon Society

These donors demonstrate leadership with a deep commitment to making our community a better place by giving a minimum gift of $1,200. Couples may combine gifts for membership. Beacon Society members are acknowledged by name each year and have exclusive events.

Caring Club®

Become a Caring Club® member by donating an undesignated gift to the Community Fund of $182 or more. Caring Club® members qualify for special savings at participating businesses in the Coastal Empire that recognize United Way’s impact in making our community stronger. Cards are mailed in late April to the address provided on the pledge form.

Loyal Contributors

Having made a faithful investment in bettering the lives of others, these donors have contributed to any United Way for 10 years or more. Join by giving today, and come along with us as we serve the Coastal Empire!

WOMEN UNITED®

Created and led by women of the Beacon Society, this group engages and inspires other women leaders to provide access to transportation for women and children through annual fundraising efforts.

Young Leaders

Members are 40 years and younger contributing a minimum of $365 or 14 hours of volunteer service tracked through United Way Volunteers. The group offers leadership development, volunteer opportunities, and networking events.


Your Resource Development Team

Tanner, Kim
Kim Tanner

VP of Resource Development

Harding, Kyle
Kyle Harding

Development
Director

Crawley, Kristen
Kristen Crawley

Development
Director

Grusheski, Jennifer
Jenny Grusheski

Project
Manager

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Jaimie Randall

Database
Manager

County Staff

Brianne Yontz

Bryan County Area Director

Kristin Hopkins Graham

Liberty County Area Director

Kim Dennis

Effingham County Area Director

Have Questions?

Call (912) 651-7715 or email Jenny Grusheski at [email protected]

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