The Benefits of Corporate Sponsorship

It’s no secret that when large corporations endorse a charity, that it has a positive effect for the charity, the corporation as well as the community. Dirk Kettlewell understands this which has empowered him to dedicate his time and resources to utilize his vast business and personal relationships to attract corporate endorsements and sponsorships from a number of corporations in order to assist various charities. Because of this, Dirk Kettlewell has helped raise millions of dollars for charities such as the Boomer Esiason Foundation, United Way, Reggie Jackson’s Mr. October Foundation, Children’s Home of Pittsburg & Lemieux Family Center, Blue Coats and many more.

It’s no secret that when large corporations endorse a charity, that it has a positive effect for the charity, the corporation as well as the community.

Dirk Kettlewell is the former Senior Vice President of OfficeMax, and today dedicates much of his time to making connections for corporate endorsements and sponsorships. Making connections between charities and corporations is one way Dirk Kettlewell has given back to the community.

The benefits of corporate sponsorship are numerous. It helps give your charity or company a positive light and enables it to become more visible to the public.  Also, it  exposes your organization to the masses which in turn, brings more people in to help and donate to your cause. It is a way to be seen and stand out from the crowd. Today, many people and corporations are reaching out to lend a helping hand within their communities.

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