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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Fill Form 2220 Charities

Instructions and Help about Fill Form 2220 Charities

Um hi, I'm OTC from Kaboom. You guys spoke about meaningful engagement and firm nonprofit side to the corporate partner. Can you speak a little bit about how, as nonprofits, we can go about building a relationship with a corporate partner that goes beyond having employees come out and volunteer? How can we engage the marketing department to the accounting department and really build a relationship that goes through every avenue of that company, so that we can build a long-term partnership instead of just a one-time event or volunteering opportunity? I think you'll find that most corporations these days are very specific about what areas are important to them and what their key causes and focus areas are. So, the first thing I would encourage you to do is to find those corporations that are well-aligned. Those are the ones who will be willing to engage in conversation and go deep. Assuming you do that, I think it's important to have the ability to talk about your impact and make a difference. Work with them to find ways that they can bring the whole corporation to do that. So, find the ones that are aligned with you, talk to them about your impact and the difference you're making, and how you can bring their assets together. Unfortunately, it's not always easy, especially when resources are limited, but the more you make it easy for them, the more likely they'll engage with you. You heard that from some of my colleagues - we do a lot with a little. If the first tries out of the gate work reasonably well and aren't too painful for us, then we'll start to see more pieces come in. But, this is not an overnight activity. It takes years to build a full partnership...