CHOMP Campaign


Welcome and Thank you for Participating in the CHOMP Employee Giving Campaign!

Campaign Dates: November 4 2019 - December 6 2019

Goal: $165,000

Payroll Deduction

Debit/Credit Card, Check, or Cash Contribution

At Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula, we have earned a reputation for caring about the communities where we work and live. Every year, we get a chance to demonstrate that community spirit and leadership by taking part in our local United Way campaign. Your generous participation puts you in good company.  Thousands of individuals throughout the area support United Way Monterey County.  That broad support and the fact that the money stays in Monterey County is what makes this campaign so unique. Your gift helps support the basic building blocks of a good quality of life – education, financial stability, and health.  United Way brings people together to build stronger communities – as volunteers, as advocates and as donors – to create opportunities for all. Through our payroll deduction plan, you have a convenient, easy and practical way to make your contribution over a period of 12 months. Learn more about giving to United Way here.

Please join me in supporting this year’s effort by contributing as generously as you are able. Together, we are helping make a positive change in our community.


CHOMP United Way Committee


Thank you for your support of United Way Monterey County through the CHOMP Employee Giving Campaign. You are making a difference in our community. For questions, please contact your employee campaign manager Dan Limesand.

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Levels of Commitment Gift Amount Amount (Bi-Weekly)
Community Builder $500-$999 $20-$39
Community Shareholder $1,000-$2,499 $40-$97
United Way Partner $2,500-$4,999 $98-$192
United Way Visionary $5,000-$9999 $193-$385
Alexis de Tocqueville Society $10,000 or more $386 or more

Some of the ways your bi-weekly gift helps others

$5 10 individuals living in poverty can access the help they need 24/7.  Top requests: food, shelter, housing and legal services – immigration, naturalization and help navigating the correctional system.

$10 8 working families (average income=$23,100) get free tax prep and help claiming all eligible tax credits.  Average refund is $1,749, making it the biggest paycheck of the year for many.

$20 26 students who are homeless get a backpack filled with supplies they need to succeed in class

$50 3 children of farmworkers attend 60 hours of high quality preschool and get a head start toward success in school

$100 1 family gets individual support so they can create financial stability and have more options in life