Corporate Relations & Engagement
Event sponsorships can help you generate more revenue while also building valuable partnerships in the community. Review essential tips in this quick guide.
Meta announced a new promotion that will encourage users to donate monthly to nonprofits after unveiling new Facebook tools for recurring gifts.
Submittable launched its new corporate giving product, allowing companies to quickly meet employee demand for sponsored donation opportunities.
When starting new corporate partnerships, nonprofits overcome a lot of rejection. Therefore, it’s best to use a company’s “side door.”
To help your nonprofit get creative and leverage previously untapped revenue streams, let’s explore four innovative revenue streams that aim to make donating convenient and easy for supporters. When implementing these strategies, consider how your nonprofit can make the giving process as fast and straightforward as possible.
Corporate sponsors share what has worked in building their relationships with nonprofits. Your nonprofit's staff or board members might not know your mission statements verbatim, but your corporate partner might surprise you.
Partnerships are like recipes. Every recipe has ingredients to make it work, replicable and memorable. Here is a recipe of six essential ingredients for corporate partnerships.
This partnership with ShoppingGives allows these shop owners to commit a portion of each NFT sale to a nonprofit of choice.
The inaugural edition of the PNC SR survey finds that the majority of executives rank corporate social responsibility as a priority.
The increasing trend toward globalization in the past 30 years has changed the way American interests do business. As America’s preeminent companies find themselves competing for markets and influence outside the United States, the targets of their philanthropic efforts have also shifted.