Welcome to the Campaign Coordinator Toolbox.

Here, you'll find all the information you need to run a successful United Way campaign. The information is organized into sections to help you better find the materials you need. We try our best to consistently update the information so if there's anything you can't find, please contact the Resource Development team at or 717-394-0731.

And finally, thank you! We cannot thank you enough for what you do to ensure your company has a successful campaign. Lancaster County residents are better connected to the resources they need because of you.

BB&T Now Truist: Donations (3:40) United Way of Lancaster County is proud to partner with (BB&T Now Truist) just in time to brighten the holidays for some people experiencing homelessness in our community.


Getting your flu shot is important (2:10)


Better United Video (:57)


Virtual summer school: Learning initiative helped students who faltered during coronavirus shutdown (4:27)


Day of Caring 2020 (1:22)
Every year, the United Way of Lancaster County’s Day of Caring brings together enthusiastic teams of volunteers to lend a hand to area nonprofit agencies.


Partnership Highlight: Northern Lancaster Hub (14:14)
Hear Kelly Ernst Warner, Hub Coordinator of the Northern Lancaster Hub, describe how they help those living in the Denver/ Ephrata area. She will also go into detail of how they have adjusted during Covid-19.


Rep. Mike Sturla's 9th Annual Backpack Giveaway (2:45)
Rep. Mike Sturla’s 9th Annual Back-to School giveaway looks different this year, but it has been an overall success. Each year, the giveaway provides School District of Lancaster students entering kindergarten through eighth grade with free backpacks with school supplies. Normally, the giveaway is held inside Clipper Magazine Stadium and features food, music and other attractions. This year, to accommodate social distancing precautions, families set up an appointment to pick up the backpacks in a drive-by setting.


Hope Within (2:44)
Hope Within was co-founded in 2002 by Brian & Donita Sturgis with the dream of providing primary health care to the uninsured low-income residents of Lancaster, Dauphin, and Lebanon Counties. Through the grace and goodness of God, we are excited to share His love by offering excellent and free primary medical, low-cost sliding scale counseling, and donation-based dental care via the hands of more than twenty volunteers medical, dental providers, therapists, and nurses.


Community Organizations Partnering to Feed Lancaster County’s Most Vulnerable (2:15)


We are still here for you...211 Pandemic Video (1:30)
We want you to know that we're still here for you, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, that has not, and will not change. #Berks, #Carbon, #Lancaster, #Lebanon, #Lehigh, #Northampton, and #Schuylkill counties...please know that we'll get through this together. ❤️


Warm Home Warm Hearts with Ranck Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning (3:00)
Congratulations to James Underwood of Lancaster for his new furnace and water heater. James was nominated by his niece to receive a new unit through 'Warm Home Warm Hearts'. Thank you to Ranck Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning for organizing this program and to your employess for volunteering to do the instillation. Also thank you to APR Supply Co. and Weinstein Supply - Lancaster for supplying the furnace and water heater.


Introduction to Kevin M. Ressler, President & CEO United Way of Lancaster County (1:05)


After School Program PKG (2:14) 
Learn about the after school program started by the Northern Lancaster Hub, a United Way of Lancaster County collective impact partnership, in 2018 for Ephrata fifth and sixth graders. They strive to make the lives of parents/ guardians easier by helping kids with their homework and feeding them before they get picked up.


MLK Day of Service (:21)


Ephrata Community Garden (2:13)
Thanks to the financial and volunteer support of thousands of caring individuals LIKE YOU, we are fighting to combat food insecurity in Lancaster County.


Collective Impact Bus Tour (2:25)
On November 1st community members, board members, and volunteers got to experience our first ever Collective Impact Bus Tour. The all day tour had eight stops at United Way of Lancaster County Collective Impact Partnerships.


Plant the Seed of Leaning  (2:19) 
Plant the Seed of Learning provides resources for families with children ages birth to 2. The goal is to educate families about brain development and the importance of education beginning at birth. 

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VITA Rack Card

VITA Facts/ Myths Video

Value of VITA Video

Coming Soon: VITA Volunteer recruitment toolkit