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Workplace Giving

Workplace campaigns are the bedrock of Black River United Way. Your generous support amplifies our ability to serve Georgetown and Williamsburg Counties!

Your company can be a leader in the charitable giving space and empower your employees to make an impact in the community. We make charitable giving safe and secure, and more importantly it directly supports local change in our community. Black River United Way provides all the tools and expertise to launch a fundraising campaign quickly. Your employees will have access to donate to Black River United Way's mission to improve outcomes in the areas of education and disaster resiliency in Georgetown and Williamsburg counties.

Your campaign can be held at any time of the year, and you can identify the best duration for the fundraising campaign. It can be hosted in the office or completely virtual. Many companies see a campaign as an opportunity to celebrate and center it around events, parties, games and more. Others prefer a digital campaign, with Black River United Way setting up an ePledge portal that is safe and secure.

Interested in learning more or starting a workplace campaign?

Contact Yolanda McCray, President & CEO at (843) 546 - 6317 or to get started on the United Way campaign trail.

Campaign Toolkit

The tools on this page are intended to give Campaign Coordinators the resources you need to share United Way with your fellow employees.

Campaign Coordinators are the heart and soul of Workplace Campaigns and we appreciate everything you do to create a successful and meaningful fundraising campaign in your place of work.


If you have questions about running a United Way campaign or need additional assistance please contact Yolanda McCray at

Leadership Giving

Individual donors who give over specific thresholds are provided the opportunity to be recognized in Black River United Way's giving societies and donor networks. As a leadership giver, donors are able to engage more deeply in the work and community of Black River United Way supporters.

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