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We require companies are in business for at least 1 year before activating a partnership with CHLA
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Invite customers to donate to CHLA by purchasing a butterfly icon at the register. You set the donation amount ($1, $5 and $10 are most common) based on your philanthropic goals and business objectives. Icons are hung in store to demonstrate your business’s commitment to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.
Consider donating a portion of sales from a specific product, item or service to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. A cause-marketing promotion is a great way to tie in a social cause to a product launch or highlight a specific item or service. *We require a $5,000 commitment to use our logo online and a $25,000 to use the logo on packaged goods*
Donate a percentage of sales to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles during a predetermined window of time. This program is great for retail and restaurant partners. Whether it is a new store opening or a specific event, partnering with CHLA helps increase awareness and ties in a charitable component to your event.
Sponsor one of the many events held at the hospital or offsite throughout the year. The corporate team can work with you to find a sponsorship opportunity that meets your company’s marketing needs and provides meaningful engagement for employees and customers.
Sponsor an employee engagement event at CHLA. Philanthropically focused employee engagement opportunities have proven to boost team moral and create driven and committed employees. *We require a $10,000 annual commitment to join Companies for Kids*
Give employees the option to donate to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles through payroll deduction. CHLA will provide a specialist that can help activate the program in your office.

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