I have noticed a shift in corporate marketing.
Two huge brands have shifted the focus of the advertising budgets in a positive way. To help our communities.
Corporate grants or “corporate giving” programs are not new, but typically they are only available to 501© organizations.
These highlighted groups have kicked open the doors to individuals.
Google Science Fair : Remember when you were a kid, the chemical rotten eggs? Volcano erupting? Flying June Bugs lifting items with a string harness?
Google is offering scholarships, trips to the Galapagos Islands, and trips to partner corporations around the globe for intern positions (not bad for a 13-18yr old).
This is the 2nd year Pepsi has offered up a $20 million budget to fund great idea’s, former grant reciepients have help fund school lunch programs, rescue animals from underserved communities, starting a aquaphonics school program to grow lettuce, The funding goes to the idea that garners the most votes.
Were all “one Tribe Ya’all”!
As we approach Dr. King’s- National Day of Service on January 17th- Each of us needs to have a way to “give back” built into our business plan-
What do you do to support making our world a better place? I would love to hear about it, in your blog comments below!
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Recommended reading to help
Kids get in the habit of healthy giving: