"Hope For Children" CRC Policy Center works closely with corporations that are interested in defending and promoting children’s rights. "Hope for Children" has established partnerships with companies to form alliances in order to strengthen the capacity of the corporate sector in responding to children’s rights issues. On the other hand, "Hope For Children" CRC Policy Center commits to contribute to the corporations’ practices for promoting the welfare of children around the world, of communities and the environment in general, and work towards achieving their corporate social responsibility objectives through support of projects for children’s rights.
Such partnerships may include these opportunities which are multi-faceted but not exhaustive to:
- monetary and in-kind contributions
- humanitarian aid
- planning and delivery of events
- sponsorship for individual projects or the work of "Hope For Children" CRC Policy Center in general
- implementation of programmes/projects/campaigns
- policy & advocacy for child rights
- promoting corporate responsibility
- training & capacity building
"Hope For Children" CRC Policy Center is grateful to its corporate partners, who are long-term supporters of ensuring that basic needs and rights are accessible and available to children, such as education, nutrition, shelter, and social protection and healthcare. The results of such efforts, allow the socio-psychological development of children and in turn, benefits the corporate sector with the creation of a dynamic workforce and environment of social coherence and stability.
How to partner
If you wish to be a Corporate Partner of "Hope For Children" CRC Policy Center, you will be able to form links with one of the members of our Corporate Team to liaise with and to strengthen the outcomes of your in-between efforts. The usual procedure for becoming a Corporate Partner of "Hope For Children" CRC Policy Center is to agree on a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in order to clarify our mutual responsibilities and relationship. "Hope For Children" CRC Policy Center will assume the role of Development Partner for the purposes of the actions taken by the Corporate Partner in addressing children’s issues.
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