Corporations and other businesses can give back, increase their visibility, and meet their corporate social responsibility goals by getting involved with Easterseals DC MD VA. Clients are more likely to support businesses that support charitable causes. Corporate involvement enables Easterseals to maintain high-quality programming for people of all abilities and from military backgrounds. Explore how to get involved through Volunteer Opportunities, Events, Webinars, and Government Affairs.
Our Development team can help you get involved today. Contact Mikaela Ober Schuster, Director of Corporate Relations, email@example.com.
Engage your employees in volunteer activities and allow them to give the gift of time and expertise. Volunteer opportunities include program-specific needs, event participation, fundraising, ad hoc projects, and virtual engagements. Inquire today about corporate group volunteer activities.
Receive VIP access and public recognition as a corporate sponsor at our annual gala in front of leaders in business, government relations, and professional services, along with military and government dignitaries. Select from a range of benefits packages, purchase a table for your top clients, and partake in an exquisite dining experience. This premier networking event honors advocates who have demonstrated an exemplary commitment to advancing opportunities for children and adults with disabilities, including military families. Get event details. Sponsorships start at $5,000.
Share a memorable night at the circus with feats of acrobatics, aerialists, and more in the nation’s capital. Sponsoring allows hundreds of Easterseals’ clients and families to not only enjoy the evening, but also receive critical support services for years to come. Choose a sponsorship level, attend or volunteer at the VIP reception, purchase tickets for your employees and their families, and enjoy the show. This magical night benefits Easterseals children with and without disabilities, including families of wounded warriors, military veterans, and first responders. Get event details. Sponsorships start at $1,000.
Walk With Me
Walk with Easterseals for a day of outdoor fun at the National Harbor Waterfront. Sponsor the event and activities, form a corporate walking team, raise money online for your team, or volunteer at kick-off. This nationally recognized community-based Easterseals walkathon takes giant steps toward reducing poverty and homeless, and improving healthcare and employment in our area. Get event details. Sponsorships start at $1,000.
Easterseals DC MD VA invites guest experts to share powerful insights about healthcare, education, employment, and other mission-related topics in these one-hour webinars. Join our next panel of experts and share your organization’s unique perspective on the issues. Registration to attend is free. Read more and view previous webinars. Sponsorships start at $500.
Cohen Clinic Virtual Events
The Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Easterseals offers regular real-time workshops and wellness programs to address mental health issues affecting veterans, active-duty service members, their families, and caregivers. Run a workshop or offer a wellness activity. Registration to attend is free. See our list of upcoming virtual events.
VSN Tuesday Talks
The Veteran Staffing Network at Easterseals helps veterans and military spouses advance their job search with the advice of savvy career coaches through these one-hour webinars on Tuesdays at noon (Eastern time). Talk to job seekers about breaking into your industry and share helpful career building or professional advice. Registration to attend is free. See the list of upcoming webinars.
Corporations and businesses are powerful voices to support Easterseals, people with disabilities, military families, and caregivers. Sign up for the latest Easterseals alerts about government affairs, find a local legislator, and research policies in the area. Receive the latest news.
Your volunteer time is worth an incredible $29.95/hour and even $50.48/hour in the District of Columbia, according to the latest University of Maryland Value of Volunteer Time report.