Support from corporations like yours allows Delano King Foundation to provide top-ranked care to orphaned, disabled, abandoned and vulnerable children and poor families worldwide. Corporations support a wide range of cutting-edge lifesaving programs, including community water projects, hunger relief, orphans and disable support initiatives, community benefit programs, vocational training and more.
Partnering with us also supports more than just our mission and the families we serve — it can also benefit your organization, your employees, your clients and investors, and even your customers. Potential benefits to partnering with DKF include:
Here are just a few of the ways your organization can join forces with Delano King Foundation to improve the lives of orphaned, disabled, abandoned and vulnerable children.
Delano King Foundation events or programs offer your corporation a high-profile and high-impact vehicle to strengthen your brand while supporting the organization’s efforts to advance in meeting the needs of the most vulnerable people across the globe. Each year, our events bring thousands of people together from throughout our broader region on the common ground of helping DKF better serve orphaned, disabled, abandoned and vulnerable children and families in need. Our annual events include Dinner Dance for Orphans, BBQ Fundraiser, and Youth Empowerment Conference.
Delano King Foundation features a wide variety of programs that appeal to corporate giving priorities. By making a contribution to these programs, your corporation has the opportunity to impact children and families both within the United States as well as globally. Corporate philanthropy has the ability to bring DKF’s track record of success in serving humanity to those who need its excellent service.
Delano King Foundation is a beneficiary of companies who leverage their business to generate support for nonprofit programs. DKF’s cause marketing program works closely with companies to tie their business or products to issues or causes.
Cause marketing programs can bolster employee morale while also improving engagement with consumers. According to the 2010 Cone Evolution Study: