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Sponsorship Opportunities

Did you know...

  • 78% of influential Americans continue to say that if price and quality are equal, they are likely to switch to a brand or retailer associated with a good cause.
  • 83% of American consumers have a more positive image of companies aligned with a cause.
  • 88% of employees are aware of cause-related programs at their company feel a strong sense of loyalty to their employers.*

The Reeve Foundation welcomes partnership opportunities with companies willing to take an "extra step" in helping us search for a cure for paralysis. These valuable marketing and corporate relationships generate new streams of revenue for the Foundation – while significantly enhancing the image of partner companies in the eyes of consumers, shareholders and employees alike.

Corporate-sponsored programs offer opportunities for individuals and corporations to participate in advancing the mission of the Reeve Foundation. These initiatives make a significant difference to paralysis awareness and an ongoing commitment in the search for a cure – engaging corporate officers, employees and consumers.

To the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation, a corporate partnership is vital to advancing the mission of the Foundation. By providing funding and public visibility, we able to continue research initiatives, promote awareness and provide much-needed support to millions of people living with paralysis, their friends, families and caregivers.

 If you are interested in learning more about how your company can become a corporate partner, please contact us at 800-225-0292 or email donations@ChristopherReeve.org.

 *Source: Harvard Business Review, July 2003/Cone/Roper 1999

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