Welcome to United Way!

The Baltimore City Employee United Way Campaign, previously known as the Combined Charity Campaign, is an annual workplace giving campaign for current and retired employees at city agencies, quasi-agencies, and city schools through which you can to donate to any charitable organization or 501(c)3 of your choosing.

United Way of Central Maryland provides you with an opportunity to change the odds of families in need with quick, easy and convenient ways to give: cash, check, credit card, payroll deduction and online giving.  Your donation to the campaign helps United Way of Central Maryland provide access to the building blocks of a better life: education, housing, employment and health.

Please help us help families in our community succeed by making your donation today. Thank you!

Thank you for joining us as we help more families and create more positive change.

Log in with your employee ID and birthdate

Username: CCC”employeeID#” (no spaces)
Password: Birthdate (mm/dd/yy)

Example: John Doe, employee ID #: 12345, born January 28, 1978 would enter
Username: CCC12345
Password: 012878

Hint: your employee ID can be found on the top left corner of your paystub.

Need help logging in? Please contact our helpdesk at or 410-895-1566.


2017 Campaign Chairs

Shonte’ Eldridge, Chief, Mayor’s Office of Strategy and Transformation

Terry Hickey, Director, Mayor’s Office of Human Services


Campaign Changes: What to Expect

Pledging options: United Way’s online platform is easy to use and offers more support, plus pledge forms are still available with the same basic information as last year.

More choices, no book: Now that you can give to any qualified 501(c)3 charity, there is no need for a book with limited giving options.

Step-up programs: Make your gift go further by taking advantage of United Way’s step-up challenge grants.

Designation fees: Fees have been reduced to just 5% (subject to a $5 minimum and a cap of $500) on all gifts designated to other nonprofit organizations. A minimum annual donation of $52 is required for each designation.

Benefits to Giving to the United Way Campaign

More charity choices: Now, you can give to any eligible 501(c)3 charity rather than being limited to a select list.

Reduced administrative for charities: Charities no longer have to complete an annual application or separate accounting process for checks and reports.

Volunteer opportunities: Enjoy great opportunities to get engaged. United Way offers year-round volunteer projects to support our neighbors in need. Activities include making meals, harvesting healthy food, reading to children, helping individuals experiencing homelessness and much more. Learn more.

Networking and membership group engagement: Getting involved is easy with United Way’s many membership groups, such as Women United, Emerging Leaders United, Leaders United and Tocqueville Society, offer professional development, networking, community engagement and leadership opportunities, and exclusive invitations to special events and conferences. Set-up programs are available to join these groups. Learn more.

Incentives for participation: United Way offers exciting incentives to donors including United Way water bottles, t-shirts, caps, autographed items, tickets, special Baltimore Ravens events and more.

Increased impact: Last year, United Way provided over $8.4 million in direct charitable investments in the city. More charity choices for the city this year means more opportunities to raise resources to help stabilize individuals, children and families. Learn more.

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United Way of Central Maryland

1800 Washington Boulevard, Suite 340
Baltimore, MD 21230
Phone: 410-895-1493

Molly Boncaro
Vice President, Donor Relations and ePledge

Baltimore City Department of Finance

100 Holliday Street, Suite 454
Baltimore, MD 21202

Chauntay Johnson,
Special Assistant to the Director of Finance