Workplace Campaigns

Workplace Campaigns

Running a workplace campaign has several benefits. It is a great way to team up and make long-lasting impact for our families, neighbours and co-workers.

Call our office for details and help on running a successful campaign. We are pleased to bring tools to you, provide guest speakers and share ideas. 705-878-5081

Benefits of Payroll Deduction

  • Your donation appears on your T4 slip, so you don’t have to keep track of a receipt, or multiple receipts if you consolidate your giving through payroll deduction
  • Payroll deduction helps the United Way CKL to keep their administration costs low
  • Allows donors to spread their gift over the entire year
  • Many people find they are able to increase their annual gift by setting a small amount aside each pay period or month
  • Donors working outside CKL may designate back to this community
  • Gives donors the option of making a lump sum donation or regular contributions
  • You can change the amount of your donation at any time by contacting your payroll office

For a sheet on the benefits of workplace donations, click here to download.

Downloadable Pledge Form

Thank you to the following Workplaces that contribute to the United Way through payroll deduction.


  • Fleming College
  • PVNCCDSB Board
  • St. John Paul II
  • St. Dominic Elementary
  • St. Lukes Elementary
  • St. Mary’s Elementary
  • St. Thomas Aquinas Sec
  • Alexandra PS
  • Bobcaygeon PS
  • Dr. George Hall PS
  • Dunsford District Elementary
  • Fenelon Fall Secondary
  • Grandview PS
  • I.E. Weldon Secondary
  • Jack Callaghan PS
  • King Albert PS
  • Lady Eaton Elementary
  • Lady Mackenzie PS
  • Lindsay Adult Ed
  • LCVI
  • Mariposa Elementary
  • Parkview PS
  • Ridgewood PS
  • TLDSB Board
  • Woodville Public School
  • Boyer Chevrolet


  • Lindsay Pontiac Buick GMC
  • Ross Memorial Hospital
  • HKPR Health Unit
  • Family Health Team
  • Caressant Care
  • Crayola Canada
  • Wilson & Wilson
  • Home Building Centre
  • Kawartha Lakes This Week
  • Collins Barrow
  • Nexicom
  • Home Hardware
  • James W Kloepfer Ins
  • Bell Canada
  • Hydro One
  • GM
  • DLF Pickseed
  • KBE
  • Farm Credit Canada
  • A Place Called Home
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters
  • Boys and Girls Club
  • CMHA
  • Community Care
  • CNIB
  • Community Living

  • John Howard Society
  • Ontario Early Years
  • St. John Ambulance
  • VCCS
  • 5 Counties
  • RBC Lindsay
  • Scotiabank Head Office
  • Scotiabank
  • Manulife Financial
  • CIBC Head Office
  • TD Canada Trust
  • Royal Bank of Canada
  • BMO Bank of Montreal
  • Citibank
  • CIBC Lindsay
  • CIBC Haliburton
  • CIBC Minden
  • CIBC Coboconk
  • CIBC Fenelon Falls
  • CIBC Bobcaygeon
  • TD Lindsay
  • BMO Lindsay
  • RBC Lindsay
  • Ministry of Agriculture OMAF
  • City of Kawartha Lakes
  • The Beer Store
  • OPP Haliburton


Did you know?

  • 90% of Canadians will access a United Way funded program in their lifetime.
  • After government, United Ways are the second largest funder of social services in Ontario.
  • Approximately $6.4 million has been invested in agency programs since 1986 in the City of Kawartha Lakes.
  • In addition, United Way has invested over $900,000 in community projects since 2005.
  • Community Investment includes: $63,000 in bursaries to local high school graduates, Age Friendly Steering Committee, Community Gardens, and training in Outcomes Measurement.
  • United Way of the CKL is part of the newly formed Poverty Reduction Roundtable for the City of Kawartha Lakes and Haliburton.
  • 40 United Way garden plots help hundreds of people access fresh produce and increase food literacy.  In total, there are over 80 United Way funded or supplied community garden plots in the City of Kawartha Lakes.
  • Every year, 24 community members are chosen to be part of the Citizen Review Panel which is responsible for ensuring fair and transparent distribution of funds.
  • Did you know that United Way CKL has been funding the FourInfo.Com project in City of Kawartha Lakes for more than a decade?  It is responsible for bringing the 211 service to our communities.
  • Each year, United Ways and Centraides in Canada raise upwards of $480 million, the majority of which is reinvested in local communities to support programs and services.