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Corporate Partnerships - Together we can do more to end poverty
CBM and its partners rely on corporate support to allow us to continue to improve the quality of life of people with disabilities in the poorest countries in the world. CBM is a world leader in helping those trapped in poverty by disability; regardless of race, gender, age or religion.
Your company can invest in the communities where we work, making a difference to hundreds of thousands of lives.
Your business could provide support for a particular CBM-supported programme or for capacity building (unrestricted funding) throughout our organisation and local partner networks.
The main benefit of unrestricted funding to CBM is that it enables us to use the funds where the need is greatest. This in turn allows us to be more creative and to use our initiative, be flexible and responsive to any change in needs.
By partnering with CBM we will ensure that your company and your support will be as valuable as the donation you give us.
We want your company to benefit from this investment as much as we do; we see it as a two way partnership and supply chain engagement.
In return we will offer increased publicity and promotion, access to new markets, social responsibility and the "feel good factor" for your staff, as well as regular reports on how your donation has changed lives.
By working and investing with CBM you will achieve a rewarding and unique return on investment through transforming lives of persons living with disability throughout the world.
"Our investment in CBM helps build sustainable eye care services in the world's poorest communities. Scrutiny of our community investment initiatives is taken very seriously. The same principles of good governance and due diligence that guide our daily business are applied to our community investment initiatives and the partnerships we build to achieve them. This is why Standard Chartered Bank has partnered with CBM for more than five years as part of our Seeing is Believing programme" - Vanessa Green, Head of Community Investment, Standard Chartered Bank
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