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Become an Annual Corporate Partner

Corporate Partner Opportunities​​

Partnerships with area business leaders are essential to building thriving communities. United Community Annual Corporate Partners help create lasting impact on our local communities through providing equitable opportunities and transformational support.  Your support will help engage community voice and family participation to break the cycle of generational poverty through:

  • Addressing Food Insecurity
  • Providing Youth Education & Early Childhood Development
  • Empowering Individuals & Families
  • Creating Equity

As an Annual Corporate Partner with United Community, your company will be eligible for numerous benefits, including: 

  • Company recognition, both digitally and on-site 
  • Custom employee engagement and networking opportunities
  • Demonstration of your philanthropic commitment to supporting the communities in which your employees live and work

To learn more about becoming a corporate partner, contact Ann Durbin at or 571.255.8995.

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Sponsorship Opportunities

Event and urgent need fund sponsorships are another excellent way to get involved. Sponsorships come with special opportunities for brand promotion and recognition that demonstrate your business’s commitment to the local community. Explore our current sponsorship opportunities and benefits below:

Family Achievement Program Event Sponsorships

Food Pantry Renovation Fund Sponsorship 

Additional event sponsorships not listed are available throughout the year. Please contact Ann Durbin at or 571.255.8995 for more details.


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