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Corporate Giving Collective
Take your support to the next level
Join the Corporate Giving Collective today.
Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service is made stronger every day by the generous support of our corporate partners—and now, we are inviting companies to take the next step in their commitment to the work of welcome. The Corporate Giving Collective (CGC) is open to all corporations currently supporting LIRS with gifts over $50,000. In addition to their critical support of our new American neighbors, CGC members are eligible for employee engagement opportunities with LIRS, real-time insights into contemporary immigration issues and innovations in services, and public-facing assets that demonstrate corporate social responsibility.
Any gift from a company or organization that is over $50,000 will automatically qualify that company for membership in the Collective. This includes awards from invited grants offered by your company and general donations to LIRS.
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Benefits of CGC Membership
Leaders ($50,000 – $149,999)
- Annual “State of LIRS” Webinar hosted by LIRS President & CEO
- Bi-monthly newsletters highlighting LIRS programs and local opportunities
- Emergency response messaging and updates
- Volunteer opportunities connected to LIRS’s Annual National programs
Champions ($150,000 – $499,999)
- All of the above, plus:
- Social media posts highlighting partnership across LIRS channels
- All of the above, plus:
- Invitations to VIP events
- Individual meetings with LIRS President & CEO
- Announcement of collaboration featured on the LIRS website
If you’d like to share information about the LIRS Corporate Giving Collective with others, please download our CGC resource.
Corporate Giving Collective-Supported Projects
New American Cities
A career upskilling and economic empowerment program that connects refugees and immigrants to training, certification, and other services to support meaningful employment.Visit Page
Welcome Center Programming
Provides trauma-informed case management for asylum seekers including connection to legal services, mental health screening, education services, and emergency assistance.Visit Page
Mental Health Services
Trauma-informed mental healthcare for immigrant children and families, as well as peer support groups for Afghan evacuees, victims of family separation, and more.Visit Page
New American Community Lending
Financially empowers clients through the provision of individual, consumer, and microenterprise loans to promote stability, security, and a share in the American Dream.Visit Page
Provides temporary housing, financial assistance, and transportation for recently arrived refugees.Visit Page