Corporate leadership – Community Funding Group leads an impressive list of partnership support!
We are excited to have a strong showing of corporate support for our benefit luncheons again this year. Even though the economy still struggles with recovery, WWIN is fortunate to have businesses that continue to provide leadership and give generously in support of WWIN.
For the second year in a row, our Diamond Partner, Community Funding Group (CFG) is leading the way. CFG provides much-needed capital to agencies that help individuals and families attain self sufficiency and sustainability. CFG is a nonprofit corporation, with a primary focus on the homeless and those at risk of homelessness, underserved youth, job training, and hunger relief, as well as providing a safe and nurturing environment for those in crisis.
WWIN thanks and acknowledges the following partners:
- Platinum - Anonymous, Charlie’s Produce, Polygon Northwest Company
- Gold - Overlake Hospital Medical Center
- Silver - Nintendo of America Inc.
- Bronze - Charter Private Bank, Theresa Cheng, DDS, D. A. Burns & Sons, Inc., Foster Pepper PLLC, Owner Services, Inc., Parker, Smith & Feek, Inc., Stafford Frey Cooper, Sterling Savings Bank, Union Bank, Valley Medical Center, Washington Federal
Corporate partnership with WWIN is partnership with creating brighter futures for women, their families and our community. And there’s still plenty of time to join the list and support WWIN as a corporate partner!
Another way corporations are lending a hand is through employer gift matching. When you make a donation to WWIN, your employer may very well have a program in place where they match the funds. That means double the money for WWIN health care and education grants! And it’s easy.
Fill out and bring your company matching form to the event and include this along with your donation at the luncheon. If you let us know who your employer is in advance we can help track the match for you. When you register online for either luncheon at wwin.org, there’s a simple drop-down menu of local employers who having matching programs. If your employer is not in that list but you think it may still have a matching program, please let us know in the “Additional Comments” section.
We look forward to seeing you this Spring! Don’t forget to register online for the Seattle Luncheon (April 1) or the Bellevue Luncheon (May 5). Or, perhaps outdo yourself this year, and register for both!