Humanitarian Circle of Giving
for Corporate Partners
GET INVOLVED! YOUR TEAM WILL LOVE THIS PROGRAM.
We invite you to partner with 10,000 Beds to create stronger awareness programs, change perceptions of addiction and recovery, and empower your team to proactively manage those in active addiction and those in active recovery.
Here’s a quick overview of what our partnership might look like:
- Collaborative Project – community-based, immediate impact, HR friendly
- Volunteer opportunities for your team
- Community-based philanthropic opportunity for local recognition and involvement
- Team Training or Motivational Keynote, provided by Jean Krisle, Founder & CEO
- National exposure
- Marketing Exposure – print, event, and social media exposure through 10,000 Beds, Inc.
- Co-branded Collateral
- Humanitarian Circle of Giving Banner (for you)
- Humanitarian Circle of Giving Banner (ours) displayed at all events
- Monthly Social Media mentions (10,000 followers)
- Dedicated Humanitarian Circle of Giving Page on our website, with your logo, brief overview, and URL
- Biannual Blog Posts
- Quarterly Press Releases highlighting our collaborative efforts
- Recognition Plaque for your office
- Customized Circle of Giving Benefits Package created with your team, including all of above
- Employee Participation Option
HUMANITARIAN CIRCLE OF GIVING FOR CORPORATE PARTNERS
Two of every three families is affected by addiction, which means two of every three employees on your corporate team are dealing with the affects of addiction, either personally or through a loved one’s struggle.
Many recovering addicts remain anonymous due to the unfair stigma attached to have been addicted to a substance abuse. Most likely you have employees in active recovery, living full lives and managing their addiction quietly.
10,000 Beds works in communities to elevate awareness, change perceptions of recovery, and defend an addict’s right to treatment. There are very few causes that will resonate with your staff as strongly as this one.
The opioid and addiction epidemic is sweeping our country, devastating families, destroying individuals, and weakening the work force. It’s time to do something about it.