Robin Hood works with your company to customize a partnership that expresses your philanthropic goals and reflects your corporate culture. As always, one hundred percent of your company’s contribution to Robin Hood will go directly to the programs improving the lives of New Yorkers in need.
There are several ways to get your company involved with Robin Hood: donate gifts or services, match your employee’s contributions, sponsor a Robin Hood event, or serve on a grantee’s board. Whatever you choose, we’re positive that you’ll be proud of your company’s investment.
Corporate leadership partners
Our corporate leadership partners are dedicated to improving the lives of impoverished New Yorkers. Companies that give to Robin Hood at a leadership level are eligible to experience firsthand the remarkable work of our community partners through individually tailored group volunteer events.
The following companies have proven their commitment by taking a leadership role and making annual contributions of $250,000 or more. Thank you for being Robin Hood.
OTHER WAYS TO GET INVOLVED
Robin Hood hosts approximately seven events per year that range from intimate, industry-specific receptions to concerts featuring top performers, including the Rolling Stones, Lady Gaga, and the Black Eyed Peas. Our annual benefit attracts 4,000 of New York City’s leaders in finance, business, entertainment and philanthropy.
Whether you sponsor an event, purchase a block of tickets, support a team in the New York City Marathon or reserve tables at our benefit, we help you find the right opportunity.
Pro bono and in-kind partnerships
Pro bono partnerships provide critically important services to organizations looking to build and improve their capacities through strategic planning and technology, and legal and accounting services. Similarly, Robin Hood helps identify the organizations that can best benefit from contributed goods, including new books, technology, clothing, home goods, toys and office furniture.
Help maximize your commitment to fighting poverty in New York City by matching your employees’ personal contributions. Leveraging employees’ gifts to Robin Hood sends the message that outcomes-driven philanthropy is valued and demonstrates your company’s support of employees and their generosity.
By serving on a nonprofit board, employees can find rewarding experiences—gaining hands-on experience and leadership skills while bringing key skills and resources to the organization. Robin Hood staff can work with your company to determine the best method of educating and recruiting your employees.
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