When companies build a culture of giving, everyone wins.
78% of Americans believe companies must do more than just make money; they must positively impact society as well. Your company has the power to make lasting, positive change in our community. Join our team of hand raisers, fundraisers, and game changers.
Workplace Giving Campaigns are about bringing people together where they work to tackle our community’s most challenging issues – because no one person or organization can do it alone.
Strengthen your team and your community by connecting your employees to the community through volunteering. You can join volunteers all over Northern Utah to participate in any of the planned Year In Action United Way projects OR work with our team to customize your volunteer project according to your interests, budget, and group size.
Align your brand with social change efforts in our community by sponsoring a United Way project or event.
To learn more about how to become a corporate sponsor, please contact our office at 801-399-5584 or email Liz Corona.
Northrup Grumman is tremendously active within the work of United Way of Northern Utah including representation on our Board of Directors, support through sponsoring special events, engaging employees to volunteer, and conducting a successful workplace giving campaign. They are empowering their employees to make a difference in the communities where they live and work.
In this video, longtime Northrup Grumman employee Curtis explains how United Way's work in local schools became a personal cause for his family.
At Compass Minerals, community engagement is not only the right thing to do as a business, but it is also welcomed and appreciated by employees who have a vested interest in the role they play outside the workplace. Times weren’t always rosy for Sherry, a longtime employee. Because of support she received in a time of need, she was able to get on a path to success. For many years she has been passionate about inspiring Compass Minerals’ employees to give back to ensure individuals who are trying to get on the path to self-sufficiency have a chance to succeed.