Corporate Partnerships

Find your fit with the Food Bank

Corporate partners play a significant role in our ability to support the more than 636,920 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:

  • Financial Support – both unrestricted and restricted to our programs
  • Sponsorships 
  • Employee Giving Campaigns
  • Grants and Foundation gifts
  • In-Kind Donations

 



Upcoming initiatives:

Stamp Out Hunger logoStamp Out Hunger
May 13, 2017

Every year, the Food Bank partners with the National Association of Letter Carriers to take part in the largest one-day food drive in the country. As a presenting sponsor, companies can choose to participate on the day of the event with volunteer opportunities, in addition to marketing and branding recognition available. Review our flyer and participate this year! 

Contact Jenna about Stamp Out Hunger   |   Learn more about Stamp Out Hunger


Sort-A-Rama Day of Service
Sort-A-Rama logoMay 25, 2017

Sort-A-Rama is one of the largest corporate volunteer service events bringing together 1,000 employees/customers together to sort rice into family-sized portions. Companies participate in this event as part of employee or client engagement activities that results in a significant team-building opportunity. Join Presenting Partners BASFBlue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina, Cisco, Food Lion, and RTI and other Triangle companies to sort the equivalent of 150,000 meals for distribution to those in need. Learn more about sponsorship levels and benefits.

Contact Jenna about Sort-A-Rama   |   Learn more about Sort-A-Rama

 

SSH logo w- presenters 1.jpg

Stop Summer Hunger Campaign
June 1 - July 31, 2017

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 presented by our Partners BASF and NetApp. Invest as a partner and engage employees to help kids, conduct virtual food drives (online fundraising) with company employees, hold a food drive, or arrange a "Drive, Drop & Go" event at your workplace. Opportunities available within each of our branch service territories.

View our regional Stop Summer Hunger flyers to learn more about partner benefits: 
Greenville Region | Sandhills Region | Triangle Region | Wilmington Region

Contact Jenna about Stop Summer Hunger   |   Learn more about Stop Summer Hunger

 

Giving Tuesday Challenge Partnership
November 28, 2017

Giving Tuesday follows Black Friday and Cyber Monday as a growing opportunity for holiday philanthropy. In 2015 the Food Bank launched a challenge match to the public and it the past two years this challenge has raised over $145,000, resulting in over 725,000 meals to those we serve. Join as a Challenge Partner - Challenge/match gifts are the single most influential call to action for donors and have a significant impact on increasing revenue. Your partnership includes significant digital and traditional media visibility and opportunities for employee volunteer engagement.

Contact Jenna about Giving Tuesday   |   Learn more about Giving Tuesday


Employee Teambuilding
Client Engagement Opportunities

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.

Contact Jenna about Teambuilding & Client Engagement

 

 



Ready to find your fit?

Please contact our Manager of Corporate Relationships, Jenna Temple by email (jtemple@foodbankcenc.org) or by phone at 919-865-3046.