Seizing Opportunity: 3 Steps to Getting Corporate Partnerships for your Nonprofit

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Seizing Opportunity: 3 Steps to Getting Corporate Partnerships for your Nonprofit

When companies partner with your nonprofit, amazing doors of opportunity are opened. Companies bring new audiences to learn about your cause, new volunteers, in-kind services to support you, and of course the potential for sponsorships and annual support.

The problem for most nonprofits to get corporate partners is finding companies who are interested, and then knowing how to approach them in ways that ultimately get "yes" as the answer! 

It may surprise you to learn that your efforts to attract donors through marketing provide a natural entry point that gives companies strong reasons to want to partner with you.

In this webinar, you will learn 3 steps to open the door to new corporate partners and how to leverage the opportunities that come with these relationships for long-term growth.

Here’s what you’ll take away:

  • An understanding of the value of corporate partnerships
  • What you have to offer and why many companies would love to work with your organization
  • Get a plan on how to find your ideal companies and how to reach out to them using strategies that have close to 30% success!

Bonus: we'll provide a link to download our free Corporate Partner Outreach Pack. This kit includes everything you need to attract new corporate partners, including strategies to find your ideal partners, proven email templates, and all the tools you need to contact, follow up and build relationships with them.


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