War Child works to build strong, sustainable relationships with our corporate partners, a number of whom have provided loyal support for a number of years. T-Mobile, for example, has supported War Child for over ten years through annual contributions, expertise and product sponsoring. As a partner in the Conn@ct.Now! programme, T-Mobile provides country projects with ICT expertise, and sponsors telephones and network costs for our staff at our head office in Amsterdam. Furthermore, T-Mobile’s loyalty programme (T-Mobile extra) and the GMS return plan initiate activities that generate money for War Child, and their employees raise money for War Child through the ‘Dam tot Damloop’, and City Pier City Run.
ASN Bank has committed to supporting our projects in DR Congo for the coming years. This support is part of the bank’s ‘against arms’ theme, which new customers can choose to join. In addition to their financial support, ASN Bank helps War Child screen new partners for potential ethical conflicts.
Tommy Hilfiger is another important partner who is actively involved in the work of War Child. The organisation´s employees selected War Child as one of the partners of Tommy Cares. They chose to support War Child’s emergency response program in DR Congo. Their support comes in many shapes and sizes. For example, in 2013, War Child, along with a number of other charities, benefited from the yearly sample sale.
Microsoft, Universal Media, Doom & Dickson, eFocus, Ampco Flashlight, United, Oseven, Branding Office Furniture, Crown van Gelder, Merin, Echte Helden, Google and Cisco, in addition to a number of other organisations, provide War Child with in kind donations. For example, in 2013, War Child’s office move was sponsored by numerous companies who provided office equipment, chairs, lighting and discounts on rent.
More information on the result of our corporate partnerships can be found in the paragraph Corporate sponsors
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