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HOW TO SPONSOR A CA– USE
Let the Cause4Concern team take care of your corporate responsibility.
Are you part of an organization that feels it’s not doing enough for it’s corporate responsibility? Perhaps you are an individual who feels strongly about a particular cause and wish you could do more to help? Cause4Concern will help you and your funds make a huge difference to a cause of your choice.
See our Charities Page to find a list of worthy causes and charities who are in desperate need of help. Cause4Concern would be more than happy to assist and run a concentrated fundraising effort for any of the below causes. With your help and sponsorship we can keep these organisations afloat.
HOW YOU CAN BENEFIT FROM SUPPORTING ONE OF OUR CA– USES?
A sponsor can benefit in several ways by supporting a charitable cause.
There’s a lot more to sponsorship these days than just getting a “feel good” feeling because you’re helping others less fortunate. Most importantly, in return for their concern, a business or individual can receive widespread positive publicity. Cause Related Marketing is one such way of building market potential by simply putting the name of an organisation/individual, such as yourself, in association with supporting those less fortunate, or with a charitable cause.
Extensive research, both in Africa and internationally has proven that the public is more likely to support or purchase products from a supplier who is seen to be supporting a charity in some form.
Some examples of Cause Related Marketing are:
A sponsor is entitled to support any cause of their choosing.Below is a list of some of the causes we believe are worth your consideration:
The Zimbabwe AIDS Orphans Society was founded in 2003 to engage in direct development cooperation...
The NTZ is dedicated to protect, manage and improve a number of selected sites of...
The Harare SPCA takes in animals that have been dumped, abused and neglected. The animals...