Corporate donations are not just charitable gifts anymore. They are strategic business investments. When you give to the Boys & Girls Club of Mercer County, you help to make a tangible impact on the lives of young people who will become the next generation of workers. In addition, your corporate gift helps you gain valuable marketing exposure, contributes to your own bottom line, and creates healthier communities where your business will thrive.
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Find the best fit for your organization or contact Jackie Simard, development director, 609-392-3191 x16 to explore partnership opportunities.
The Boys & Girls Club of Mercer County has a long history of partnerships with corporate and foundation grantors. We are always seeking to broaden our support. Your invitation to the Boys & Girls Club to apply for a program grant or cash donation shows your commitment to the needs of our community. Your financial support helps to keep our programs and services available to the 2,300 young people who walk through our doors each year.
Event sponsorship is an excellent way to enhance your company's visibility in the community and show that you care about kids. Event sponsorship opportunities include Youth of the Year, Diamond Jubilee Gala, and the Scrabble Challenge. For more information on upcoming events, click Events.
Workplace Giving Campaigns are designed to encourage employees to contribute while letting them choose a cause that is meaningful to them. The Boys & Girls Club accepts donations in a variety of ways—including designated gifts through the United Way and automatic payroll deduction. You also can show your company’s support for the community by promoting an Employee Matching Gifts Campaign so that you can increase the impact of every gift.
Every business can reap huge rewards by connecting employees to worthwhile causes in their community. Company-sponsored volunteer programs at the Boys & Girls Club develop employee teamwork and collaboration skills while increasing worker loyalty and morale. Click here to learn more or contact Debra Wachspress, director of community engagement, at 609-392-3191 ext. 31.