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American Liver Foundation
39 Broadway, Suite 2700
New York, New York 10006
Every single day, the American Liver Foundation tackles the problem of liver disease by aiming to prevent, treat and eradicate it. To obtain more information about our Corporate Partnership Programs call 212-668-1000 or email email@example.com. Every year, we host a wide range of fundraising signature events that bring local communities together in support of our mission. Each event has its own excitement and personality.
But we can’t achieve our life-saving mission alone. This month, we appeal for help from YOU and your corporation!
As a corporation, you have a variety of ways in which you can support our cause, and help to bring closer the day when liver disease is no longer the debilitating and life-threatening disease that it is.
You’d be surprised to learn how many of your employees have been touched in some way by a form of liver disease. They would be excellent speakers at staff meetings or team leaders to encourage participation in your program.
Please consider some of these options:
SPONSOR ONE OF OUR SIGNATURE EVENTS
By associating your corporation and brand with a Liver Life Walk, Liver Life Challenge and Flavors Culinary Experience, you’ll be seen as playing a major role in the battle against more than 100 liver diseases.
Find out how you can participate in these signature programs.
Every single day, the American Liver Foundation tackles the problem of liver disease by aiming to prevent, treat and eradicate it.
To obtain more information about our Corporate Partnership Programs call 212-668-1000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every year, we host a wide range of fundraising signature events that bring local communities together in support of our mission. Each event has its own excitement and personality.
Workplace Giving provides an easy way for you to help the American Liver Foundation.
Once you sign up for your employer’s workplace giving program, you can use automatic payroll deduction to make your donations to the American Liver Foundation. So, it’s really easy to administer!
In most campaigns, the American Liver Foundation can be found on the Community Health Charities website. On this site, you can learn how contributions are used.
For instance, just $5 a week would support one day of research by one of our Liver Scholar Award recipients who is working to find cures for liver disease.
Find out how to join the Workplace Giving program.
This team activation program urges your corporation to be determined and bold, to set challenging goals, and do what it takes to get there!
To participate in this really special program, you must commit your corporation to form four or more teams. And your goal is to raise a minimum of $10,000 in those four or more markets.
Executive support is essential for this program’s success, as are company matching gift contributions.
Think about it. If your National Walk Team hits the target, it will be helping to fight liver disease. Also, it will make your corporation feel good and, who knows, your successful program may even lead to national recognition!
Find out more about starting a National Walk Team.
Being a member of our Corporate Roundtable, you and your corporation will join us and other businesses for regular and meaningful dialogue as to how we can further our mission and achieve life-saving goals.
The Roundtable framework also facilitates coalition building and funding partnerships that will lead to benefits for patients with liver disease, their caregivers, and other constituents. Membership is by annual dues.
Gold Members: Merck, Salix Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and Novartis.
Silver Member: OraSure Technologies, Inc.
Bronze Members: Quintiles, Avella Specialty Pharmacy and Hyperion Therapeutics
Find out more about joining the Corporate Roundtable.
Obtain more information about our Corporate Partnership Programs at 212-668-1000 or email email@example.com.
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