Corporate support offers an alternative to traditional advertising – one that allows businesses to evidence their commitment to social responsibility around the shared values that conserved farmland promotes: a sustainable environment and the production of healthy, local food. Learn how to get involved below!
From our founder to our long-time partners, these corporations have helped sustain our organization with their lifetime support.
In 2020, we are offering two signature events for which we are seeking sponsorship support. In April, we are hosting a conversation about climate change and farmland at Town Hall Seattle in honor of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. In September, we are hosting The Barn Raiser, our annual fundraiser. Sponsorship details for the Earth Day event and The Barn Raiser are available now.
Workplace Giving, Matching & Volunteerism
Does your company prioritize giving back to the local community? Many of our region’s employers offer programs that encourage and incentivize volunteerism. Others allow employees to make payroll gifts directly to their favorite causes, sometimes matching those gifts to double their impact. Some are incredibly generous and do both! If you represent one of these wonderful companies, we’d love to hear from you.
From event photography and volunteer snacks to tool donations for our restoration work parties, gifts in the form of products, services, and event space take our programs and events to the next level.
- Chinook Book
- Frankie & Jo’s
- Choice Teas
- Tony’s Coffee
- Hot Cakes
- The Pantry
Social Media Ambassadorship
Promoting our work through your digital channels is a great way to help PCC Farmland Trust grow our online community. Contact our Communications Manager, Molly Goren to learn more.
To learn more about corporate partnership opportunities or to request a presentation at your next employee giving event, please contact Gina Kilbridge, Institutional Giving Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-777-4068.
Our Federal EIN number/Tax ID is 91-2021165.