Top 3 Secrets For Scavenger Hunt Success
Written by Valley of the Sun United Way
Published on Dec 27, 2015
At Valley of the Sun United Way, our Generation United members enjoy a little friendly competition. That's why they created Win United, an annual scavenger hunt where you can challenge your friends and coworkers to win awesome prizes and share the love on Instagram. The best part, you'll have fun while helping kids and families right here in our community.
Funds raised could help a child do better in school, provide a meal to someone who might not otherwise eat today, or get a struggling family back on its feet.
Take these top tips from Win United's reigning champ and Women’s Leadership Council member, Lisa Zentner.
Believe in what you’re asking money for. I have strong, personal feelings about anything I ask others to support. With United Way, that is easy with the programs and services that support our community. Personally, I love the backpack program. That’s my message to everyone I ask.
Share! I always reach out to my friends, family and work colleagues on Social Media. United Way provides an online page to personalize, where I share the message of WHY I am doing this. The only way to truly reach others is to share your personal story and truth.
Fill your team with fun people. The scavenger hunt is a blast—particularly when sharing the memories with those you enjoy.
Lisa spread the joy of giving with a First Grade class at Frye Elementary in Chandler.
Are you ready to Win United?
When: Saturday, February 25, 2017
Where: CityScape, Downtown Phoenix, 1 East Washington Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004
Huge thanks to our Presenting Sponsor UPS, Champion Sponsor: Ryan Companies US, Inc. Associate Sponsors: Arizona State University, Bankers Trust Company, U.S. Bank, and Location Sponsor: CityScape Phoenix.
Lisa Zentner is the Win United Scavenger Hunt champion and one of our committed Women's Leadership Council Members. Lisa is the Technical Product Manager/Specialty at Crafo where she is also a dedicated Employee Campaign Manager. In 2015, Lisa and her United Way campaign committee focused on helping children and youth here in Maricopa County, which included asking employees to donate school supplies and canned food for a local school in need.