Corporate Partnerships

There are many ways for companies to show support for people facing homelessness and poverty. During the coronavirus crisis, your help is needed now more than ever.

Your company’s partnership will serve those who are most vulnerable, including youth and families, survivors of domestic violence, and veterans.

The benefits of collaborating with HELP USA can include brand exposure, increased employee engagement, and customer loyalty. To learn more about customized opportunities with HELP USA, contact Kendra Meinhard at

Learn More About HELP USA's Response to the Coronavirus Crisis

Licensing, Sales Promotions

Include a HELP USA logo on your merchandise to show your support, donate a portion of your sales, or give customers the option to make a small contribution at the point of sale.

★ Great for: Customer loyalty, brand exposure

Payroll Deductions and Employer Matching

Make social impact easy for your employees by allowing them to contribute a portion of their pre-tax wages to HELP USA or by matching their charitable contributions each year.

★ Great for: Employee engagement

Employee Giving Campaigns

Raise awareness for HELP USA and engage your employees in our mission through an online giving campaign with a personalized website designed just for your company.

★ Great for: Employee engagement, customer loyalty, brand exposure

Corporate Foundation Support

Provide support to individuals experiencing homelessness as part of your annual giving portfolio.

★ Great for: Brand exposure, customer loyalty

Days of Service

Experience a customized volunteer opportunity for your employees, who can create care packages, beautify one of our residences, or write thank- you notes to our supporters and volunteers. Please note that our in-person volunteer events have been temporarily suspended due to the coronavirus.

★ Great for: Employee engagement, brand exposure, customer loyalty

Event Sponsorship

Sponsoring one of our high-profile events provides great visibility for your brand, as well as opportunities to network with our honorees. These have included corporate leaders like AT&T and Cushman & Wakefield, and celebrities like Jon Bon Jovi, Katie Couric, and VP Joe Biden. Please note that we are currently hosting only virtual events due to the coronavirus.

★ Great for: Employee engagement, customer loyalty, brand exposure