"Find the Fit" with the Food Bank
Corporate partners play a significant role in our ability to support the more than 650,000 people who may need emergency food assistance as they are forced to choose between food, pay rent or get their medicine. Cause marketing and sponsorship opportunities provide a valuable way to promote a company's corporate responsibility, their brand, and can be a great way to engage employees while linking your company with a 4-star Charity Navigator rated hunger-relief organization.
Finding the Fit happens when the philanthropic and marketing objectives of a potential partner can be met by supporting the Food Bank. This can be accomplished in many ways including:
The Food Bank features a rotation of high-profile cause marketing and special event sponsorship opportunities. Our current initiatives include:
Stop Summer Hunger Campaign Initiative, June 1 - July 31, 2016
Summer for 300,000 children in the Food Bank's 34-county service area doesn't mean going to camp or to the pool. It means that they won't be at school and will lose access to the free and reduced-cost breakfast or lunch. To support those children and their families, the Food Bank has created the Stop Summer Hunger Campaign.
Chef's Feast of Summertime Memories, June 6, 2016
Chef's Feast offers an exciting evening of culinary learning and delicious food inspired by the
Summertime Memories of our participating chefs. Renowned chefs will prepare, demonstrate,
and serve favorite summer recipes through three courses in an intimate environment. Chef’s Feast Summertime Memories will spotlight the need for food during the summer. Join Presenting Sponsors Kroger and Kamado Grill to provide thousands of children with happy summer memories instead of empty bellies.
Giving Tuesday Challenge Partnership, November 29, 2016
Giving Tuesday follows Black Friday and Cyber Monday as a growing opportunity for holiday philanthropy. In 2015, the Food Bank launched a $20K challenge match to the public. We raised $47,000 - a 58% increase over the prior year when we did not have a challenge. This year, we are offering more partner opportunities and aim to offer a $50,000 to the public.
Employee Teambuilding/Client Engagement Opportunties
Several of the Food Bank’s sponsorships and campaigns provide excellent employee teambuilding and client engagement opportunities. Volunteer service with the Food Bank not only can build employee morale and teamwork, but also reinforces the company’s philanthropic commitment to the community. It can also provide an opportunity to engage with clients/customers in the accomplishment of service for those less fortunate.
Watch this video to get a sense of what Sort-A-Rama is all about!
Need more details?
Please contact Manager of Corporate and Foundation Relations by email or by phone at 919-865-3046.