Top 5 Ways to Stay Engaged Year-Round
Thursday, October 09, 2014
Stay engaged in the
work of United Way Fox Cities,
and you'll be amazed about the impact of your investment in our community!
Contributor: Susan Perri, Marketing and Communications Assistant at United Way Fox Cities
For many United Way supporters, the "campaign season" is the only time of year that you get a chance to hear about the good work that is happening in the Fox Cities. We, at United Way Fox Cities, are working hard to make sure you have year-round access to information about how your money is invested in our community. Here are the top 5 ways that you can stay engaged in the work of United Way Fox Cities and learn more about your investment:
- Find us on Social Media: You
can find us on Facebook, Twitter (new!) and LinkedIn (new!). Through social media, we cover
everything from emerging initiatives to upcoming events. We update
our pages regularly and make sure to keep you up-to-speed on our
work with bite-size news items.
- Read our Blog: If you are reading this
article, you are probably clued-in that we have a blog, but please
encourage your family, friends and co-workers to check out our
weekly articles too! Interested subscribers can read the blog on
our website or sign-up to receive an e-mail every
- Sign-up for our E-Newsletter:
Our e-newsletter is published approximately once
every six weeks and gives supporters a chance to catch-up on the
latest highlights at United Way Fox Cities. Learn about program
updates, events, staff changes (and more!) through short, engaging
- Join us for United Way Experience
Tours: United Way Experience Tours give
supporters a chance to see their dollars at work through tours at
various United Way-supported nonprofits. The current schedule of
tours started in May 2014 and will continue through March
our blog for sneak peeks of the tour topics and visit our
website for a complete schedule including details on how to
- Visit our Website: If you really want to dig deep into how United Way Fox Cities invests your money in the community, visit our website. Our website has over 130 pages dedicated to explaining our work and numerous helpful community resources.
Regardless of how you choose to stay engaged, thank you for supporting lasting change in our community!