When the United Way campaign starts at your office, make sure your donation goes to your hometown. If you work in another city or are a state or federal employee, it's easy to invest your charitable contribution in your community. Just remember to use your designation code when you pledge.
Why Give Where You Live?
United Way of Norman is governed by a local volunteer board of directors and is independent of other United Way organizations. Being independent is important to you because it allows us to respond to local needs and reflect our community's priorities and core values. We depend on our local non-profits to meet so many of our community's most basic needs, but the shortage of funds for these organizations creates significant gaps in services. We encourage those that live in Norman to give here. Our goal is to connect people like you with the issues you care about and organizations that support our neighbors.
If you have any questions, contact our office and ask how to designate your gift to United Way of Norman or write the following information on your pledge card, "designation 7100 for the United Way of Norman." If your employer matches contributions, make sure to ask to send all of your gifts to Norman.
Federal Employees Designate 42481
The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) reaches federal workers across various agencies and brings together thousands of donors to support local non-profit organizations to make a difference in our community. If you are a federal worker and would like to ensure your donation helps your local community use the code 42481 when completing your paperwork with your human resources department.
We want to inspire people to invest their money into the community we live and enjoy!