Workshops for Warriors is only able to transform veterans’ lives because of partnerships with companies like yours. We offer customized partnership opportunities for organizations of all sizes who want to help us in our mission of rebuilding American manufacturing one veteran at a time.
With your financial support and collaboration, we can ensure that those who serve our nation are given an opportunity to be successful as they transition back into civilian life.
Promote your brand and services to individuals, thought leaders, and supporters across the nation and within Workshops for Warrior’s network:
6,000+ monthly website visits
Email database of 16,000+ people
40,000+ monthly impressions on social media
Help us train, certify and place more veterans in advanced manufacturing careers by providing financial support, technical expertise, and or other resources.
Showcase your support of our nation’s veterans while engaging your consumers and employees with a cause-related marketing campaign. Our marketing team can amplify your commitment to veterans in partnership with WFW through highly engaging social media, PR and video that overlays your brand’s story with ours to the benefit of all. Cause marketing partnerships include co-branded fundraising campaigns that can be marketed internally to your employees or publicly to include your customers and showcase your commitment to veterans and rebuilding American manufacturing.
By co-branding with WFW, your visible support will heighten awareness and positive perception of Workshops for Warriors while showcasing your support of our nation’s heroes. Co-Brand with us on apparel, event signage, packaging, merch, and more. Request stickers, signs, or magnets to place on your equipment or in your store.
By implementing a point-of-sale or at-register campaign, you will show your commitment to veterans while giving your employees and customers the opportunity to make a difference. Customers can give a specific amount or round up.
Match employee donations and/or POS promotional giving to increase employee engagement and promote your status as a socially responsible company committed to helping veterans prepare them for their next mission of rebuilding American manufacturing.
Provide scholarships, so no student has to pay out-of-pocket tuition. Our programs are just four months long, so our graduates can secure high-paying jobs and earn a living wage salary on an expedited timeline.
Sponsor one of our many events: Career Fair, Graduation, Annual Gala, Manufacturing Day Event, Student luncheons, and more!
We are always searching for volunteers to help with events, mentorship programs, and administrative tasks. Get involved today!
We love in-kind donations but space and storage limitations require us to review items prior to acceptance. We always need specific equipment for our machining, fabrication and welding programs. Use the QR code for a list of all materials and tooling we can accept.
All other equipment donations are highly appreciated but will be sold for cash in order to purchase these items. We also ask that all materials and tools are in good, usable condition. Please let us know what we have and our team will respond promptly.
In addition to helping meet your strategic needs, these key partnerships provide resources that support student scholarships, instructors, equipment, consumables, safety gear, workshops, living stipends, food, transportation, community events, and more. We invite you to join the Workshops for Warriors community as a corporate partner.
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