Ways to Partner
At The Women’s Safe House, we are proud to work with incredible corporate partners who are deeply committed to our mission. By supporting The Women’s Safe House not only are you aligning your brand with the largest domestic violence shelter in the St. Louis area, but you are also helping hundreds of victims of violence move from crisis to confidence each year.
Our corporate partners come from a wide variety of industries and we are happy to build a plan that integrates your social impact goals with our corporate engagement needs.
Workplace Domestic Violence Education and Awareness
At The Women’s Safe House, we know that domestic violence impacts the lives of thousands of working women and men every day and affects the financial strength and success of the companies for which they work. Our education and awareness program helps companies keep their employees safe and protect their bottom line.
Companies can make donations in support of our mission or direct their sponsorship toward a specific program area. The Women’s Safe House also offers sponsorship and naming opportunities for companies.
If your company has a foundation with a giving focus in line with The Women’s Safe House’s mission, we would welcome the opportunity to submit a grant proposal.
Through a cause marketing relationship where a significant portion of the proceeds are donated to The Women’s Safe House, we can help transform socially conscious consumers into loyal customers of your company. Your customers are happy to support our work through the power of their purchase and will come back again.
Retailers can offer their customers a chance to add a contribution to The Women’s Safe House at their point of purchase. Consumer donations can take place either in store or online. These types of promotions are proven to generate customer and employee goodwill.
Workplace Giving and Matching Gifts
When employees give to The Women’s Safe House through workplace giving programs, it boosts morale and fosters teamwork. Matching gift programs empower employees to get involved, knowing their support is strengthened by their company.
Businesses that provide skills-based services (law, architecture, marketing, strategy consulting, etc.) volunteer with The Women’s Safe House to help us meet discrete or ongoing professional needs.