Corporate and Business Partnerships

Corporate and business communities represent one of the most powerful forces for change in our nation. Collectively, corporations and their employees contribute millions of hours of needed time and energy. They invest their expertise and financial resources to strengthen communities and solve critical social problems every day.

In partnership with HandsOn Network, and our network of Action Centers, nonprofit and government organizations, these companies help bring the scale, momentum and impact needed to transform the nation through volunteering and civic engagement.

Our corporate partners range from service companies, to retailers and technology innovation companies to manufacturers—and all have in common a commitment to volunteering, civic responsibility and active engagement in local, national and global communities.

This week’s featured corporate partners are GOOD Magazine and the four presenting sponsors of the National Conference on Service and Volunteering.


GOOD Magazine is helping HandsOn Network increase capacity and outreach to individuals in communities across the country. As a 2008 Choose GOOD Partner, when you subscribe to the magazine, 100% of your money goes to help us mobilize and equip volunteers wherever they are needed. Through a print magazine, feature and documentary films, original multimedia content and local events, GOOD is providing a platform for the ideas, people, and businesses that are driving change in the world.


Presenting Sponsors of the National Conference on Service and Volunteering:

Delta is also the Presenting Sponsor of Martin Luther King Day and supports service and volunteer projects in communities throughout the country. Delta is committed to inspiring a culture of service in this nation and their employees participate in hundreds of volunteer and community projects every year. Through Delta’s signature programs for nonprofits, they also ensure that many nonprofits have access to travel resources needed to successfully fulfill their missions.

Target is also the Presenting Sponsor of National Volunteer Week and this past April invested millions of dollars and thousands of volunteer hours to improve communities, raise awareness and inspire people to “Volunteer to Change the World". Since 1946, the corporation has invested five percent of its income in the communities it serves and they partner with nonprofit organizations, guests and team members to help meet community needs.


The Home Depot Foundation is dedicated to building affordable, healthy homes for working families. Each year the Foundation invests millions of dollars and thousands of volunteer hours in initiatives and programs that result in bringing healthy, affordable housing to communities and people who need it the most. In addition to being the Green Sponsor of the 2008 Conference on Volunteering and Service, The Home Depot Foundation is the founding sponsor of Hands On Schools and provided leadership and support in founding the HandsOn Corporate Council.

UPS employees around the world collectively donate hundreds of thousands of hours each year to philanthropic causes in their local communities and thousands of UPS employees participate in the UPS Global Volunteer Week in October. The UPS Foundation, established in 1951, develops and champions innovative solutions to social problems and has provided significant support, leadership and guidance the HandsOn Network Corporate Council and our network of HandsOn Action Centers.


Additional National Sponsors:

Accenture supports its people's passion to bring lasting, positive change to communities, and they apply the same principles of high performance to their corporate citizenship initiatives and efforts as they do to their client work. Accenture has been a long time supporter of volunteerism and civic engagement and has invested its expertise in building the capacity of HandsOn Network and its Action Centers. Accenture provided key, pro bono support to the merger integration and restructuring of Points of Light Foundation and Hands On Network.


Altria Group and its companies help build leading communities through civic engagement and close partnerships with non-profit organizations that help us understand the concerns and needs of our communities. Altria Group is proud to support affiliate capacity building in the network.


Omidyar Network is committed to creating and fostering opportunity for people around the world. The have invested in the expansion and extension of HandsOn Network’s impact in communities over the last three years, including supporting a substantial increase in the number of HandsOn Action Centers and providing capacity and merger integration support.


Quaker is committed to supporting, improving and giving back to the communities where they manufacture and market their products. They are the lead sponsor of HandsOn Network’s Kids Care Clubs, a program that helps elementary and middle school children develop an interest in service and volunteerism and the concept of social responsibility. Thanks to Quaker’s support, today there are more than 1,500 registered clubs in the United States and countries including Australia, Canada, China, and Nepal.


The Walt Disney Company is known for creating magical experiences that delight and entertain people of all ages. Since 1930, their employees VoluntEARS generously share this magic around the world, helping children, their communities and the environment. Disney employees from over forty-two countries have donated more than five million hours to their communities. A long-time supporter of Points of Light Institute and HandsOn Network, Disney is also the presenting sponsor of Family Volunteer Day.

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