Partner with World Concern to change the story of a village.
You can make an investment in sustainable results that will directly impact children, families, a community, and a country.
“If I'm looking for an organization to pursue global relief, World Concern is very high on my list. World Concern is in a position to be more nimble, and I think affect the areas that are really, truly in desperate need. There are other large, global relief organizations, but World Concern is very adept at going to the end of the road, and that's very important to me. As an investment person, I think I get the best value for my money in serving those people.”
Partner with World Concern to change the story of a village in need.
Your partnership with World Concern can help end extreme poverty in some of the world’s most challenging places. Partner with World Concern for a specific community, country, or supporting a cause such as clean water or healthcare. Whatever your passion, we have custom giving programs for you to make the largest impact. Contact Kelli Tolf to learn more about partnering with World Concern.
Promote your company’s commitment to compassion and generosity while working to end extreme poverty and suffering. Sponsoring a World Concern project that aligns with your company’s vision and values is a powerful way to demonstrate corporate good citizenship and global responsibility. Interested about how your business can partner with us?
You can change the story of a community through your partnership with World Concern. Your church can partner with a village for a specific project or form a long-lasting relationship that may include visiting the village with a team from your church. Your church can be a light that transforms the physical and spiritual needs of an entire community.
Though most businesses are being impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic, one Northwest business is keeping morale high and not letting up their commitment to giving back and serving others. Josh Bayles, branch manager at Capstone Home Loans in Lynnwood, Washington, says he’s grateful to be working during this time when so many have lost jobs and livelihoods, but the mortgage industry has not been immune to the current crisis.
Campbell Auto Group, a host of family-run car dealerships in the greater Seattle area, has had a unique way of supporting the work of World Concern for the past seven years. And every Christmas, they do something incredible.