Partner with us to make a difference!
There are countless ways your organization and employees can work together with us to make a difference in the lives of roughly 2,000 youth facing homelessness and human trafficking survivors who come to Covenant House New Jersey every year.
Our partnerships don’t just help our youth move from crisis to independent living, they also help businesses thrive by working together to meet corporate purpose goals and make a real difference in local communities where employees live and work.
For team building, be a Team Captain and get a team together to fund raise and sleep out to show your solidarity with our youth. Set up one or many groups in a friendly competition to see who can raise the most funds. Then gather together for a life-changing overnight Sleep Out experience in-person, virtually, or both. Sleep Out editions in the Fall include Action for Change and Executive Edition, and in the Spring, Young Professionals and Women Unite. Sleep Out, so others don’t have to. Click here to learn more about Sleep Outs and how to get involved.
Corporate Services Days are an excellent opportunity for employees and employee affinity groups looking to engage directly and provide assistance to our young people. Our team will work with your company to develop a service project that facilitates team building and serves the needs of our young people. Virtual opportunities available. Learn more about our Dove Learning Center and ways you can help.
Promote your business by sponsoring an event, making a corporate donation, or starting your own cause marketing campaign. We organize campaigns throughout the year that you and your team can join. These campaigns include Sleep Outs throughout the year, our signature gala – A Night of Broadway Stars in the Spring and our August Golf Outing. Click here for our upcoming events.
Our team can also help you create a custom fundraising and awareness campaign in conjunction with a planned company event.
Your financial support allows us to serve more youth, continually monitor progress through rigorous research and evaluation, and develop and implement evidence-based best practices for ending youth homelessness. Make investments through your foundation, company matching gifts, or set up a corporate-sponsored fundraising campaign. Specific areas of need include youth crisis support, transitional housing, education, employment opportunities, mental health, and pregnant/new mothers and their children. You can also encourage your staff to donate by matching their payroll deductions, annual donations, or the funds they raise at an event.
Provide youth opportunities within your company on an internship, part-time or full-time basis, plus provide necessary job-readiness skill training based on the job opportunities available. This partnership opportunity is long-term.
Are you a youth in need of help?