Below you’ll find tools, tips and ideas to help you to run a successful and fun
Workplace Giving Campaign and help UPAF to celebrate its 50th Anniversary milestone!
Contact List – Use this sheet to find phone numbers and email addresses of UPAF staff and Loaned Executives.
Ambassador Guide – This handy booklet will help you to run a successful campaign from start to finish.
Ambassador Training – Review this PowerPoint that contains helpful information on holding a Workplace Giving Campaign.
Donations & Pledges – Here is everything you need to know about manual and online pledging.
Performance & Speaker Guide – Use this guide to select and schedule UPAF Member Group performers or speakers to engage your employees during your campaign.
Performance Request Form – Complete and submit this form to your Loaned Executive to schedule your Workplace Giving performer.
Sample Communications Templates– These letter, email and PowerPoint templates will help you to create awareness and excitement for your campaign.
Available Marketing Materials – A wide variety marketing materials including brochures, posters a table tent and videos are available to you to increase awareness of your campaign.
Campaign Activities & Enhancement Ideas – Use these to brainstorm fun activities for your campaign.
Company Recognition – Learn about ways your company can be recognized for supporting UPAF.
Giving Incentives – There are many benefits to being a UPAF donor, including the SMART CARD, sponsored by Associated Bank. Use these materials to promote the UPAF Campaign Sweepstakes prizes.
Leadership Giving Campaign – Encourage company management to give a gift of $1,000 or more to become a Leadership donor.
General Ride Information – Learn the basic facts about the UPAF Ride for the Arts.
Ride Marketing Materials – Use these printed pieces and video to promote the Ride at your workplace.
Sample Communications – Customize these templates for your own use.
Team Information – Learn the “ins and outs” of being a Ride team.
Volunteer Opportunities – There are many ways to help out on the Ride, even if you are not a rider.
2017 UPAF Fast Facts – Find answers to questions that your colleagues may ask about UPAF and the performing arts.
Stories of Impact – The performing arts affect so many in our region. Check out their stories here.
WPG Testimonials – See what our area top CEOs are saying about the benefits of Workplace Giving Campaigns.
UPAF Connect – A new program from UPAF to increase community accessibility to the performing arts.
If you have questions on any of the resources above, please contact Laura Rodriguez via email or 414-239-6270.
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