Our Corporate Philanthropic Partners 2011/ 2012
Grand Cayman KY1-1103
Project 365 Sponsors
Businesses and corporations play an important role in the lives of our young people and are in a unique position to help build their assets and potential.
When a company provides opportunities for young people to work, allow its staff to volunteer hours in a programme or contribute financially, it speaks volumes. It says that they are valued by their community.
Make a difference by becoming an asset-building partner and actively participate in asset-building activities.
1. Sign up to become a member of the consortium and adhere to responsibility and agreements
Individually take the responsibility to build or support young people in building their internal developmental assets, whilst also offering the support of 3, 7, 8 & 14 of the external assets.
Corporately work with other individuals to learn asset-building skills and tips that each can utilize.
· Attend consortium meetings and events when planned
· Support consortium campaigns or initiatives
· Participate in community asset-building effort
· Volunteer in at least one listed project for the month
1. Attend orientation training - Take It Personally
1. Join district committee to plan and facilitate asset building projects, initiatives and programmes
Attend Planning for youth success/ asset-building conference
Assist with development of community profile
Assist with development of community action plan
Participate in programme planning
Provide opportunities for youth of community business is located
Assist with development of annual pledge party and monthly social event
Attend community capacity building training
1. Young people in the community will report on their supporters efforts in their asset success journals
2. Business progress reports that include:-
# of businesses that join the consortium as affiliate members
# of members that attend the Take It Personally training, PFYS/ asset-building conference and community capacity building training
# of members on the district committee
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