War Child not only works with corporate partners for fundraising purposes, we also look at ways to exchange expertise, products and employees. For example Microsoft helps us implement ‘The new World of Work’, a concept to make working more flexible, effective and fun.They also support War Child with products for our head office and the offices in the field. They help us optimise internet accessibility by sponsoring an employee at the IT-department at head office. Our relationship with Microsoft is a true partnership for the long term and we’re constantly looking to optimise the partnership in as many areas as possible.
T-Mobile is another one of our faithful corporate partners, supporting us structurally through an annual contribution. Furthermore, they have an action loyalty programme (T-Mobile Extra) in place where their customers donate points to War Child.
They are also part of the GSM return plan where old mobile phones can be donated to raise money for War Child. In addition, they support us with mobile phones and an advantageous telephone contract. T-Mobile is also part of our Conn@ct.Now programme.
ASN has been a very faithful partner for 3 years now. One aspect of ASN’s support is helping us screen new partnerships on ethical grounds.
Besides these corporate donors, we also have partners who focus on donating their expertise. Media agency Universal Media supports War Child in finding free advertisement space for our campaigns; Doom and Dickson develops the concepts and means for our campaigns; United provides camera crews, editing capacity, postproduction and archiving of our video’s and films; Synovate guides our research in brand value and market position; eFocus is War Child’s web agency that develops and supports our websites.
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