Cause Marketing, In-Kind Partners, and Employee Giving
We couldn’t do the work we do without the support of our community, business, and corporate partners. And what’s more, we know that domestic violence adversely affects the workplace—the estimated costs of intimate partner violence in the United States each year total over $5.8 billion. With 1 in 3 women experiencing domestic violence in her lifetime, the odds are that someone you work with, someone you employ, or someone who supports your business is dealing with the fear, secrecy, and shame that survivors of domestic violence face every day. Partner abuse in the workplace often involves harassment, stalking, threats and other acts of intimidation that can and do often end in workplace violence. There are a range of ways that your company can take a stand!
Cause-Related Marketing Campaigns
No matter your size, businesses large and small are embracing cause-related marketing opportunities like percent-giving campaigns. Linking your company to charitable organizations like Bradley Angle raises brand awareness while improving your company image – to employees, current and potential customers.
We are always looking for long-term partnerships to help get our participants the things they need. Examples of great contributions include food, furniture and other household furnishings, books, computers, hotel rooms, and airfare. For more ideas, check out our Wish List.
Get your team involved! Set up a matching gifts program or payroll deduction plan so that your employees can give with more capacity and help support survivors and their children.
Bradley Angle actively participates in a number of local workplace giving campaigns. Annual charitable giving campaigns foster team morale and teambuilding, and are a huge part of funding our continuum of services. Check our list of participating companies to see if your employer is already working with us. If not, give us a call and we’ll help you get started.
For more information about domestic violence in the workplace and how you can speak out, take a stand, and get involved, contact Bradley Angle at 503-232-1528 x. 206.
On October 12, 2004, I became intimately acquainted with Bradley Angle. I left my boyfriend of four years on the 10th with two kids, a stroller, a diaper bag, and the clothes we were wearing. My 17-year-old son had fled to a teen shelter three days before and decided to stay there for a while, so it was me and an 11-year-old and a 3-year-old. We had nowhere to go, and I had no idea what to do... Read More »
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