Corporate Partnership Opportunities

 Join our community response for homeless families with children!  Below are just some of the ways to contribute.  Contact Jim Cain, Network Director of DMIHN for more information.

Educational/Instructional

  • After-school tutoring for guest children
  • Providing life skills instruction for adult guests, i.e. effective communication, parenting, etc.

Workforce Development

  • GED tutoring for adult guests
  • Computer instruction for adult guests Resu
  • me writing assistance and Interview coaching

Legal

  • Legal clinics for guests to understand their rights and responsibilities
  • Serving as advocates for guests in court for minor traffic violations and landlord disputes
  • Legal workshops for local trustee boards on issues such as organizational liability or employment law
  • Providing legal staff to offer pro bono legal advice
  • Assisting with development of personnel policies and organizational procedures

Financial

  • Money management workshops for guest families
  • Finance workshops for DMIHN board members on topics such as understanding an audit and developing a sound annual budget
  • Serving on the DMIHN’s finance committee

Fundraising/Development

  • Participating in fundraising events, such as a golf outing
  • Serving on a committee to help organize events
  • Serving on the DMIHN’s development committee
  • Providing connections to other corporate entities in the local community, by arranging meetings, hosting informational events and/or signing a letter to corporate peers

Leadership Development

  • Serving as a trustee on the DMIHN board of directors
  • Arranging presentations for local affiliate leaders to speak before corporate employees

Public Relations/Marketing

  • Assisting with the development and printing of brochures and other promotional materials

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Become a Host or Support Congregation

Host congregations provide homeless families a clean, safe overnight shelter and nutritious meals for one week every three months.

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