2020 Coordinator Workshops Announced!
Wondering the best way to run your workplace campaign? Coordinator workshops will benefit both pros and newbies and is the quickest way to learn campaign best practices, see ArtsWave's new branding and absorb all the 2020 campaign info you'll need to run a successful workplace campaign. Plus, there will be raffles and trivia to win free arts tickets, but you need to be present to win!
Click on a link below to reserve your spot today! Note that our February 25 session will be at Fretboard Brewing.
January 14, 2020: 4-5 p.m.
January 22, 2020: 9-10 a.m.
February 6, 2020: 9-10 a.m.
February 25, 2020: 4-5 p.m.
An employee campaign conducted in the workplace offers workers a convenient way to support and invest in the arts. A campaign provides information on the importance of the arts in our community and an environment in which every employee has the opportunity to participate.
Employee Campaigns represent more than 50 percent of ArtsWave's Campaign total and offer area employees a meaningful and convenient way to invest in their community. Employee Campaign Coordinators (ECC) are one of the main reasons ArtsWave is the top united arts fund in the country in both total dollars and total donors — 2019 marked the sixth consecutive year that ArtsWave raised over $12 million to back Greater Cincinnati Arts and forward our community’s future.
Find all of the resources you need to run a successful workplace campaign. Get basic information about campaigns and ArtsWave, fun campaign ideas, and helpful communications and marketing tools.