“Can we have families helped at our shareholders meeting?”
Have you been asked that? Agencies report increasing opportunities for corporate partnerships in sponsorship of a program or event. Capital campaigns invite naming opportunities for facilities as well. What are your parameters for recognition and stewardship of these relationships?
Share a line or two of your most important items: what is OK, and what is not. Also, share with our learning community any issues you have encountered (and maybe what you did to resolve them).
If you have a template to share, please do and we’ll put it into the Alliance library.
About the Author
Len Iaquinta is president of Excellence in Communications in Kenosha, Wis. He is a member of the Resource Organizational Advancement Resource Solutions Committee.
He is known for the breadth of his skill set and his depth of experience in nonprofit fundraising. Throughout his fund development career, he has raised millions of dollars in major gifts, grants, and annual fund donations. He has created successful fundraising programs at public and private institutions from New York City to Milwaukee and Chicago.
Iaquinta earned his bachelor's and master's degrees in journalism from Northwestern University (Medill School) and Columbia University in the City of New York (Pulitzer School), respectively.