Loaned Executive

2017 LOANED EXECUTIVES

Sign up for the Loaned Executive Program

It’s that time of year again when we ask local businesses to participate in the Loaned Executive Program. The success of the annual campaign depends on the support we receive from local businesses in Okaloosa and Walton Counties. The Loaned Executive Program is just that – a loan of an executive (or multiple executives) from your organization for an intensive period from July 12 – December 12. Read more detailed information  describing the Loaned Executive Program and share with fellow employees that may be great for the program.

Local businesses and organizations loan their best and brightest to United Way of Okaloosa and Walton Counties. These “Loaned Executives” play a crucial role in developing and implementing fundraising initiatives in a wide variety of situations during the annual United Way Campaign. Their participation helps keep fundraising costs low, leading to increased investments in the lives of people who need services.

Loaned Executives work with other high-energy people from across the community — business leaders, agency personnel, civic and government leaders and volunteers — to run effective, well-organized workplace campaigns and to educate others how United Way is improving lives in our community.

The Loaned Executive program is designed to give dynamic, energetic employees of local businesses the opportunity to expand their skill sets and make new contacts, while making a positive impact on their community.

If you are interested in becoming a United Way Loaned Executive – or know a colleague or coworker who would be interested – please email Cindy Holmes, Resource Development Director or call 850-243-0315.

What is my role in the Campaign as a LE?

You will be the primary liaison with corporate, group and individual accounts to plan and implement a giving program in connection with the United Way campaign. You will work with campaign volunteers and account executives as well as professional staff to achieve their annual goal. You will conduct employee presentations to illustrate the need for continued support for the social services in our community and encourage pledges for the upcoming calendar year.

The single most significant feature of employee campaigns is the availability of payroll giving, or giving through payroll deduction. This results in donations that are four to seven times greater than one-time cash gifts. This also makes it easier for the employee to give.

Campaign Toolkit

You may have a limited knowledge of the United Way of Okaloosa and Walton Counties and its programs. To help you be a successful Loaned Executive review the resources available in our Campaign Toolkit.