What is the Corporate Partner Program?

The Corporate Partner Program is an extension of the Super Service Challenge that is solely focused on seeing companies transformed through service.

Every company participant is provided, free of charge:

  • Resources to run and promote the Super Service Challenge within their company
  • Matching funds for corporate donations made to nonprofits served during the Challenge
  • SSC support staff
  • A customized company landing page on the Super Service Challenge website

Companies are encouraged to allocate funding for causes their employees care about and to empower employees to come together and serve nonprofits that are important to them.

Team Building Through Service

We will be selecting impactful stories of service and awarding prize money throughout the year. Check out these winning stories and upload your video today to be eligible for our next prizes!

Why Companies Participate

Free

No cost to participate – 100% of all company donations go directly to the nonprofits

Structured

Low requirements to implement within your company

Impactful

Matching funds and a million dollar giveaway increases the impact of your service and donation

Empowered

Powerful stories of service to share and celebrate

Supported

Dedicated support staff, along with resources and promotional materials available

Customizable

Easily adjust to reflect a company’s unique culture, community, and employees

Companies: How it Works

Serve together and it can transform your business and community. Register now for a chance to win part of the $1,000,000 for your favorite nonprofit!

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Step 1: Serve

Serve at least three 501(c)(3) nonprofits. You can serve as an entire company or with teams of two or more coworkers.

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Step 2: Donate

Donate a minimum of $1,000 to the nonprofits your employees serve during the Challenge. Matching funds are available.

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Step 3: Share

Create a simple video for each nonprofit served that shares WHY you chose to serve with that nonprofit.

Resources