Ambassador Prop Shop

 

Below you’ll find tools, tips and ideas to help you host a successful and fun-filled Workplace Giving Campaign.

Thank you for being a UPAF Campaign Ambassador!

 

THIS YEAR’S CAMPAIGN

2020 Campaign Theme: “A Stage for All”Together, we work toward a community where everyone has the opportunity to enjoy our region’s exceptional performing arts scene.

Kasey's Fund and Stories of Impact:
Learn about UPAF's exclusive one-year initiative for the 2020 Campaign to increase access to the performing arts and see how UPAF's Community Outreach Programs impact people in our region

Ambassador Handbook:
This handy booklet will help you to run a successful campaign from start to finish.

Ambassador Orientation:
Click here for the PowerPoint that was presented at UPAF’s Ambassador Orientation sessions which includes tips on hosting a successful UPAF Workplace Giving Campaign.

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.

General Ride Information:  

Click here for everything you need to know about the UPAF Ride for the Arts on Sunday, May 31, 2020

Ride Rack Card (coming soon):  this piece can be used to distribute general information about the Ride at your company Workplace Giving Campaign kick-off.

Poster:  Put up this poster in your company’s break room and common areas to promote the Ride.

 

THE BASICS

Contact List:
Use this sheet to find phone numbers and email addresses of UPAF staff and Loaned Executives.

Meet the Loaned Executives:
We have five experienced Loaned Executives to help our Ambassadors make their campaigns easy AND successful.

2020 UPAF Fast Facts:
Find answers to questions that your colleagues may ask about UPAF and the performing arts.

UPAF Bright Minds & UPAF Connect Impact Report:
These UPAF programs increase accessibility to arts education and the performing arts.

 

RESOURCES

Donations & Pledges:
Here is everything you need to know about manual and online pledging.

Performance & Speaker Guides:
Use this resource to select 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 miscellaneous communication templates will help you to create awareness and excitement for your campaign.

Brochures & Posters:
Ask your UPAF Loaned Executive for a supply of these effective collateral materials.

Logos:
UPAF logos in a variety of colors.

Videos:
We have a wide selection of videos that you can use to promote your UPAF Campaign.

Photos:
Use these to customize and enhance your own marketing materials.

Infographics:
These five different infographics easily communicate the different benefits of UPAF and the performing arts.

What Your Dollar Does:
This illustrates what a donation to UPAF can mean to a Member Group or child in our community.

Editorials:
Here you’ll find opinion pieces written by celebrities and local leaders.

Campaign Activities & Enhancement Ideas:
Use these to brainstorm fun activities for your campaign.

Workplace Giving and Younger Donors:
To help your company capture the attention of those early in their careers, click here for messages, tactics and engagement opportunities to use during your Workplace Giving Campaign.

Next Generation UPAF:
This donor affinity program brings together donors in their 20s, 30s and 40s committed to engagement in the performing arts.