Community impact is what we do. United Way of Henderson County's Corporate Campaign in local workplaces brings people together to tackle our community's most difficult issues and fuel our impact. We need you! No one person or organization can do it alone. 

Whether you are a small business, major corporation or nonprofit, you can join the numerous businesses and organizations in Henderson County that run workplace campaigns each year. Participating in the United Way Corporate Campaign offers your business and employees a convenient opportunity give back to the community. Every workplace campaign is different and can be shaped around your organization’s culture. Setting up and running a campaign is simple and our staff can help you every step of the way. We can help you set up your campaign so that employees can contribute through payroll deductions. Many companies double their impact by matching their employees’ giving dollar for dollar. For more information, please contact Denise Long, Executive Director, at 828-692-1636, x 1109 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


2017 Pacesetter

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Continental is the 2017 campaign pacesetter. Pacesetters are businesses who conduct their United Way corporate and employee campaigns earlier than the traditional mid-autumn timeframe. They begin their campaigns in the summer and set the pace for community corporate giving by showing enthusiasm and leadership to help improve the quality of life in our community. Pacesetters set a goal to increase their campaign by 10% of the previous year’s total. United Way of Henderson County congratulates Continental on exceeding their goal and setting the pace for the 2017 Campaign. “We appreciate how Continental stepped up and helped us kick start rallies with local industries and businesses,” said Denise Cumbee Long, United Way’s Executive Director. “We are excited to see other corporate partners that also expect to see growth in their campaigns this year. This is what allows us to continue to meet needs in our community.”