As a corporate sponsor, you can make a difference in the lives of many children. Most often, companies choose to sponsor a whole project rather than individual children. This type of approach allows a company to have an even greater impact in the lives of many children, and in a community as a whole. It is our aim to work with you as a team to bring basic needs assistance and programs that teach self-sustainability to children and communities in need.
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What is Corporate Social Responsibility?
Legacy Giving and Bequests
Consider a legacy gift to Children Incorporated when you are evaluating your personal, family, and financial needs, as well as your long-term charitable giving.
There are different options for legacy gifts, and they may provide significant tax benefits. People choose to make legacy gifts for many different reasons. For some, it is a way to ensure that their memory lives on. For others, it is a way to ensure that Children Incorporated is able to continue its important work. By creating a legacy, you are making a significant contribution to the future sustainability of the work that is most meaningful to you.
If you are thinking about making a donation to Children Incorporated, a gift of stock may be more tax-smart than a cash gift. As stocks grow in value, they may appreciate substantially beyond the original investment.
Employee Matching Gifts Program
To participate in our employee matching gifts program, please contact your human resources department to find out about their matching gifts program, or contact us directly.
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Host a fundraiser for Children Incorporated
Children Incorporated is proud to work with a variety of individuals, organizations, and corporations who choose to support our mission by hosting their own fundraising programs. Fundraisers may range from bake sales to auctions, from walk-a-thons to employee-driven workplace events – and beyond. If you would like to help Children Incorporated by organizing a fundraiser, contact us for information, marketing materials, and guidelines.