Corporate Sponsorships

Linking People, Principles & Profit

It is an increasing trend for corporate (for profit) organizations to be thinking about ways to become more socially and environmentally conscious. More and more, businesses large and small are recognizing that people, principles and profits must be linked. When you are seeking partnership with a corporation, it is critical to see not only how the relationship will benefit your organization, but also ways in which the business will benefit, and approach them with a mutual value proposition.

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Success Equation from Mission Measurement

The success equation is a tool developed by Jason Saul that asks an organization to list its top 3 priority outcomes that lead to the desired impact. To complete the equation, plug in the performance measures and the key strategies used to get to those outcomes.

Types of Fundraising

This document defines the various types of fundraising and explores the pros and cons of each type.

Potential Corporate Sponsorship Matrix

Use this chart to develop an at-a-glance strategy for your corporate sponsorships.

Tips for Corporate Sponsorship

This document provides a list of things to consider when you are reaching out for corporate sponsorships.

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Unprecedented Collaboration

Nearly 20 foundations and corporations have invested in building the capacity of NH nonprofits through their support of this project.

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The Go Factor

In the triad of "ready, set, go" NonprofitNext is the "Go Factor." Tools that you find here allow you to quickly move into action by downloading a resource that you can use today - A checklist or resource to bring to your next board meeting.

 

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