Signal 13 Foundation Launches Corporate Partner Program
The Signal 13 Foundation is proud to announce its corporate partner program, the Signal 13 Police Support Circle. The program provides marketing opportunities for Baltimore companies while supporting the brave men and women of the Baltimore Police Department. A membership is good for a year, and benefits vary on your company’s level of support.
Why do corporations give to nonprofits? Today, it’s not enough for companies to simply sell a good product. Partnering with nonprofit organizations benefits for-profit companies, and nonprofits have a lot to offer. In order to build a successful partnership, it’s important to understand a business’s motivation:
- Employee satisfaction:
- Professional development:
- Public Image:
In the past few years, the rise of B-Corporations has signified a clear shift in strategy among corporations. To be certified as a B-Corporation, a company must “meet rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency.” Increasingly, other for-profit companies are declaring their role in the fight for social change, and are working to do their part for collective impact efforts. Partnering with the Signal 13 Foundation will provide your company and employees significant benefits beyond your investment.
Companies with high social and environmental responsibility standards prefer working with other companies with similarly high standards. It reinforces the value of their brands because responsible partners are more trustworthy.
Many of today’s employees are looking for companies with strong social values. For a company seeking the best and the brightest, strong social performance may be essential for successful recruitment.
Businesses in Baltimore count on the police to protect their investment and keep their employees safe. Everyone who cares about Baltimore wants a vibrant city where people come to work and play. The Baltimore Police Department continues to struggle with the recruitment and retention of qualified and experienced officers on the streets. Please join Signal 13 in helping to reverse that trend by providing more resources and support for our first responders. Working together with the Signal 13 Foundation, business owners, and the business community we can make a difference. Below are ways that businesses can support Signal 13 and the men and women of the Baltimore Police Department and their families.
For the Signal 13 Corporate Partner investment options, click here.
Click here to download and complete the form and become a Corporate Partner.
For more information about the Corporate Partner Program, please contact Nancy.firstname.lastname@example.org
Announcing New Corporate Partners
Signal 13 is proud to announce H&S Family of Bakeries and H&S Development Corporation, Caves Valley Partners and Mid-Atlantic Properties as the first companies to join the Signal 13 Police Support Circle, Corporate Partner Program. To learn more about our new partners click on the following links H&S Family of Bakeries, Caves Valley Partners and Mid-Atlantic Properties.
About Signal 13
Formed in 1983 by Police Commissioner Frank J. Battaglia with help from prominent
philanthropists and business owners, the Signal 13 Foundation is an independent, not-for-profit
501(c)(3) committed to supporting the men and women of the Baltimore City Police Department
with grants and scholarships for their families. For more information, go to signal13foundation.org