World Vision serves the poor through child sponsorship, disaster relief, sustainable development and advocacy initiatives in more than 100 countries around the world, including South Africa.
Corporate responsibility is a message to your customers
Consumers value businesses that are leaders in corporate social investment (CSI), and have greater respect for leadership that speaks favourably on social responsibility. Furthermore, according to a recent Globescan poll, 90 per cent of employees agree that the more socially responsible their company becomes, the more motivated and loyal they become.
Corporate philanthropy sends a clear message to employees and customers that your bottom line involves giving back.
Why join World Vision?
World Vision South Africa is a values-driven, results-oriented organization where 80 per cent of donor rands go directly to programs South Africa. We have more than 45 years of experience in developing sustainable community programs.
The breadth and depth of World Vision’s experience enables us to provide sound, strategic advice to our partners, helping them maximize the impact of their support. Our strength enables us to find a balance between the needs of the children we serve and the business objectives of our corporate partners.
Ways to get involved
There are many effective ways to achieve your corporate philanthropic goals through a partnership with World Vision. We invite you to take the lead and set into motion an empowering cycle of change.
Strengthen your brand equity and corporate image by aligning your products and services with a World Vision program. Typically, donations are generated through sales of a specific product.
A philanthropic program based on your business interests enhances your corporate profile in local markets.
Corporate Sponsorship provides the opportunity for your corporation to leverage exposure and marketing investments through partnering with one or more of World Vision’s properties. We work with you to understand your needs and requirements and ensure that the relationship is mutually beneficial, measurable and outcome focused.
Employees feel united and motivated when they are involved in an important cause with the support of their employer. This may include establishing a fundraising event.
Donate products and surplus inventory to bring relief and hope to underprivileged children and communities.
Donate your company’s expertise or services to World Vision. Contributing in this way can provide personal benefits-including an increase in job satisfaction.
Send a clear message of commitment and support to your employees and stakeholders by matching the funds they raise – doubling your ability to transform needy communities.
Regular workplace giving enables World Vision to plan and budget expenses to meet the needs of recipient communities. These may be water supplies, health care, food production, job training, educational facilities or economic development infrastructure.
World Vision would be pleased to help you determine where to go from here. Together, we have what it takes to make a difference in the world.
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