Corporate Partners

Partners against Pediatric Cancer



Becoming Our Partner

Our corporate partners are passionate about their involvement with the Sean Hanna Foundation, and our work wouldn’t be possible without their underwriting and support.

We always welcome the opportunity to develop new corporate partnerships. Our marketing team looks for companies with a solid history and strong brand image who would like to make a significant contribution and communicate their philanthropic message to consumers.

Our corporate partners provide The Sean Hanna Foundation with the opportunity to reach out to families and children in need. In addition, our initiatives provide corporate supporters an opportunity to make a positive impact on the fight against childhood cancer-and involve employees and consumers in the cause.In today’s economy, Americans believe it’s more important than ever for companies to be socially responsible. In fact, when price and quality are equal, 86 percent of Americans will switch brands to support a cause they believe in (Cone, 2004). Also, corporate social responsibility has a positive impact on consumer evaluation of the company and their intent to deal with that company (Mohr & Webb, 2005).We always welcome the opportunity to develop new corporate partnerships, and furthermore our goal is to offer a wide variety of opportunities for people to get involved.

We strive to provide each of our donors with a unique way to support the cause that is important to them. The Sean Hanna Foundation adheres to the Better Business Bureau’s Standards for Charity Accountability (BBB Wise Giving Alliance, 2003).If your company would like to explore a mutually beneficial relationship with The Sean Hanna Foundation, please contact us. Whether you are looking to market a product, have a specific proposal in mind, or would just like to speak with one of our marketing professionals on how you can begin a partnership with The Sean Hanna Foundation, we would love to hear from you.Thank you for your support!


References

BBB Wise Giving Alliance, (2003). Standards for Charity Accountability. Retrieved December 24, 2007, from Give.org Web site:http://www.give.org/standards/newcbbbstds.asp

Mohr, L, & Webb, D (2005). The effects of corporate social responsibility and price on consumer responses. Journal of Consumer Affairs. 39 (1), 121-147.

Cone, Carol (2004). Multi Year Study Finds 21% Increase in Americans Who Say Corporate Support of Social Issues is Important in Building Trust. Retrieved December 24, 2007, from ConeInc.com Web site:http://www.coneinc.com/Pages/pr_30.html


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