Annual Campaign

Oshkosh Area United Way - A Strong Community Partner

Whether you’re a small business, large corporation or a nonprofit, you can join other local businesses and organizations that are making a difference through their annual workplace giving campaigns.

Oshkosh Area United Way works with local organizations to help them achieve their mission to be socially responsible. We understand that companies are deeply invested in the communities they do business in and want to focus their community efforts on causes that align with their interests. OAUW is dedicated to helping companies find opportunities to give back that will have the greatest impact on Childhood Development, Financial Stability and Mental Health.

2020 Campaign Co-Chairs

Andy Leavitt

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

Bryan Brandt

Senior Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer
Oshkosh Corporation

What is a Workplace Campaign?

A workplace giving campaign is an organized, company-sponsored fundraising drive where employees are asked to contribute to Oshkosh Area United Way.

  • Workplace Campaigns make it easy for employees to give – through payroll deduction or several other convenient donation options. A donation can be made in small payments over the course of a year or all at one time.
  • Workplace Campaigns educate employees and organizations about community issues – connecting them with their community and allowing them to make informed decisions based on facts.
  • Each company is supported by a United Way staff member or volunteer. Your United Way representative will help you plan your goals and provide print materials to make your campaign fun, informative and effective.

How does my company start a Workplace Campaign?

Interested in learning more about starting a United Way campaign at your workplace? Contact

What about doing a Virtual Campaign?

As we all continue to navigate through these different times, we recognize that your United Way workplace campaign may not look the same as it has in past years. Between the transition to working virtually, to developing safe distancing guidelines within your offices, many have work environments that are changing almost on a daily basis right now.

If a Virtual Campaign may be a better option for your company for this year, CLICK HERE to learn more.

Oshkosh Area United Way