Make a Contribution
Business owners and leaders are familiar with the language of investment. Consider this: no investment you make can match the eternal value of saving a life, breaking the cycle of poverty, and providing an abandoned child with a home, a family, and a future.
As a business leader, you have valuable experience building for the future. It is said that children are our message to a future we will never see. Join us in building up assets of unquestionable value: a life for children with the greatest need. Your business or corporation can play a vital role in supporting the work of Arms of Love.
Your business can partner with Arms of Love in a variety of ways. One of our corporate sponsors supports several children and gives an additional monthly donation equal to a percentage of its revenues. Another, an international law firm, provides an annual sponsorship for events that raise awareness of our work. Still another brought a team to our home in Nicaragua and later gave us a grant from their foundation to fund various critical needs, including the hiring of new staff and providing children with English lessons.
What form of support fits your organization? We can help you tailor a partnership with Arms of Love, as we invest in the future.
For more information about becoming a corporate sponsor, contact our CEO, Kim Fisher, by email.
Our Website sponsors
Hogan & Hartson
Hogan & Hartson is a global law firm of about 1,200 attorneys that offers comprehensive legal services in areas including corporate, regulatory, litigation and intellectual property. Hogan & Hartson was the first major law firm to establish a separate practice group devoted exclusively to providing pro bono legal services. http://www.hhlaw.com.
AdeptSource is an IT staffing & business consulting company. They provide industry specific IT professionals on a temporary, temp-to-hire, and/or full-time basis both domestically & globally. Industries served include financial services; healthcare; manufacturing; pharmaceutical; hi-tech; higher education; and government. http://www.adeptsource.com.