Children deserve to realize their full potential.
When your business invests in supporting KidsAbility, you strengthen a shared vision of a more inclusive, thriving community––the same community you operate in and share with your customers, your employees and their families.
We partner with many local businesses in our community––from entrepreneurs, small and mid-sized companies to large corporations. Here are a few ways we work with others:
- Monthly Giving
- Annual Giving
- Employee Engagement & Giving Opportunities
- Matching Gift
Email Paige Phillips, Senior Development Manager and discover how partnering to transform children’s lives is a great cause for your business.
A partnership with KidsAbility Foundation also includes other ways to give, including:
- Host a Fundraiser
- Event Sponsorship
- Sales for a Cause
Email Sarah Witmer, Senior Development Manager to find the right fundraising initiatives for your business.
Read how local companies are investing in our work.
“Monthly giving is a convenient way to give. It’s not something you need to think about because it’s routine. If you know your budget and believe in making philanthropy a part of your everyday life, like other things that are important to you, then it’s the easiest way to give back to help children, youth and families.”David Krause, Volkswagen Waterloo General Manager
“At PEER Group, we value our ability to give back to our community. Our people choose charities to support, we fundraise together, and the company matches all donations. We use fundraising as an employee engagement tool: rallying around a shared cause – like the KidsAbility Plasma Car Races – builds team spirit and increases workplace enjoyment. We believe our community involvement has been a key contributor in Great Place to Work Canada naming us a Best Workplace for ten years, and it helps us maintain a very high retention rate. Plus, giving back is the right thing to do so it’s a win-win.”Mike Kropp, PEER Group President & CEO