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Take Back the Table for Social Responsibility -- If a napkin can bring about social change, so can you! -- Written by David Abrams

Charitable giving: for schools and other educational groups

It's #thankyoutuesday and today we'd like to show our appreciation to Northrop Grumman. Over the years, NG has provided support in countless areas of our organization. Their financial and volunteer contributions include an annual $25,000 sponsorship of their #STEM lab in #JABizTown, participation in our #BowlaThons, and $200 grant awards on behalf of their employees' volunteerism. Several NG staff members also serve on our board of directors and associate leadership council.

1. Video highlights of Rebuilding Together San Francisco a program helping senior homeowners in San Francisco stay in their homes, by bringing community volunteers together for home repair and upgrades. 2. Cohasset Harbor Resort video web content for New England harbor resort and wedding destination, featuring 3 restaurants, and an Inn. 3. Breast Cancer Awareness - Corporate Sponsorship and employee project, supporting the WALK for Breast Cancer. 4. HAP - Emotional Intelligence Traini...

SkillsUSA: Working to Ensure America Has a Skilled Workforce.. :: SkillsUSA wouldn’t be possible without the generosity of various corporate sponsors who donate money, time, volunteers and materials to each and every competition. The sponsors benefit not only from the brand recognition that comes with most sponsorships, but also by building relationships with the students - potential future employees - on a one-to-one basis.

Seek Ongoing Company Sponsorships - Find businesses or corporations to support your shelter on an ongoing basis. Many fundraising opportunities would be possible with a relationship like this. Your sponsors can ask for their employees' participation in fundraising, volunteering, and more. Perhaps you could find sponsors which offer services you need, such as a printing company, a marketing and /or advertising firm, a graphics art company, a pet boutique, etc.

Beginning in 2007, IBM opened up its jam services to outside organizations similarly interested in fueling innovation through online collaboration. Since then, jams have been used by governments, academic institutions, businesses and other organizations—sometimes with IBM’s sponsorship—to tackle initiatives ranging from boosting employee engagement, to revitalizing cities, to bettering the world through volunteering and other public service.