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Corporate volunteering

Engage your team in charitable efforts as part of an internal social responsibility program.

What you can do:

– Hold an office fair of goodies to benefit the Foundation.

– Organize a sports event participation in which requires a charitable contribution.

– Put a Box of Courage in the office. On the way to recovery, children will face many painful procedures. These procedures save lives, but at the same time, influence a child’s emotional state. To support children and reward them for courage, we put boxes of courage in the hospital units. These are boxes with small toys – after the procedure, the child chooses a gift, and the pain is forgotten quicker.

– Organize a donor day if you have a large company or business center.

 

Advantages of this format:

  • Involvement of employees in charity, strengthening the emotional connection between employees.
  • Increase employee loyalty by showing that your company takes care of children.

 

We have already developed formats and instructions for charitable activities. We are ready to help organize this day in the company.

Types of Partnership

Cause Marketing

Run a campaign and engage your customers in help.

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Corporate Sponsorship

Allocate part of the company's budget to support children.

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In-Kind Support

A charitable foundation, like any company, has many administrative expenses. Partners help to cover many of them by providing in‐kind resources or non‐cash contributions.

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