Our Corporate Partners: Forces for Good
Kidpower turns corporate contributions into dynamic services that have an immediate, lasting, and visible impact.
Our corporate partners have a broad range of priorities. Some want to help make schools safer, more positive places for learning. Some want to help people with disabilities thrive in the workplace and participate fully in their communities. Others want to take action to stop bullying, child abuse, or domestic violence.
They choose Kidpower because:
- Our community-based services directly address their priorities — and we get results.
- Their contributions directly, exclusively, and entirely benefit the regions or groups they want to help. We guarantee it.
- Our focus on solutions communicates confident leadership they are proud to connect with their name.
Corporations help us help others be safer by:
- Awarding grant funds to provide services and materials. We ensure that every dollar is used in the city, county, or region the corporation wants to serve and addresses the specific populations they want to help.
- Sponsoring local workshops. Businesses of any size can show their commitment to safety by sponsoring a workshop for a neighborhood school or nonprofit that matters to them.
- Matching their employees’ contributions. When individuals offer support that is matched by their employers, their combined generosity has a deeper impact.
Please call Program Manager Erika Leonard at (510) 334-2242 or email her to share more about your own company’s giving goals and to learn how our work can further those goals. We are registered with Network for Good and are registered as charitable, nongovernmental organizations in each country we serve.
Bank of the West – direct services for children, teens, and adults facing special life challenges
Bay Federal Credit Union – bullying prevention and positive peer interaction skill building program
Big Sky Creative – graphic design services to improve our marketing materials and the cover and layout of the advance reader’s copy of The Kidpower Book for Caring Adults
Build-A-Bear Workshop – donation of Kidpower Safety Bears for some of our youngest workshop participants
California Casualty Management Company – People Safety curriculum for new teen drivers and their passengers
Cisco Systems Foundation – literacy and health curriculum enrichment program
C.M. Capital Corporation – direct service for children and families
Community Printers of Santa Cruz – printing donation
Costanoa Resort – donation of conference room for a full day staff retreat
Costco – services for vulnerable populations and those who care for them in Northern California
CVS/Caremark Community Grants – direct services for children with disabilities
Deluxe Corproration Foundation – afterschool workshops for elementary age children
Driscoll’s Charitable Fund – services bringing safety skills to children with a focus on migrant farmworking families
Ecolab – incorporation of Kidpower skills and curriculum at the elementary school level
Finish Line Youth Foundation – safety and advocacy skills to support inclusion and participation of youth with special needs
Fremont Bank Foundation – development of materials to support teachers integrating Kidpower skills in their work with older children
Gannett Foundation – services for children and youth in the Salinas area
Gayle’s Bakery and Rosticerria – general operating support
Giants Community Fund – bullying prevention workshops for youth, parents, teachers, and youth leaders in the San Francisco and Monterey Bay regions
Google – AdWords Grant to improve access to Kidpower online
Hitachi America LTD – school based services for children, parents, and teachers
Hitachi Data Systems – emotional and physical safety skill building program for underserved children
Hitachi High Technologies America, Inc. – bullying prevention and positive peer interaction skill building program
In-N-Out Burger – workshops for children building skills for the prevention of child abuse
Kaiser Permanente – positive peer interaction skill building program
Kaiser Permanente San Francisco – safety skills, including online safety, for San Francisco youth
Kaiser Permanente, Northern California Service Area – emotional and physical safety skill training for vulnerable children, their parents, and health and education professionals
CTB/McGraw-Hill – life skills literacy project for preschool and primary grade children
Elaina C. Serotte of MassMutual Financial Group – workshops in the North Bay and advocacy and sponsorship with the American Academy of Pediatrics Northern California Chapter
Mechanics Bank – direct services for vulnerable populations and their allies and care providers
Novartis – school based safety and bullying prevention workshops for children and teens
Ow Family Properties – general operating support and challenge grant match
Palo Alto Medical Foundation – Bay Area – safety workshops for children together with their primary caregivers
Palo Alto Medical Foundation – Santa Cruz – direct services addressing vulnerable populations
Pantheon Ventures – bullying prevention and positive peer interaction program
Plantronics – design, development, and field testing of the Teaching Kit for Older Children
Rite Aid Foundation – direct services for vulnerable children and teens and their caregivers
Russell Investment Group – bullying prevention and positive peer interaction program
Safeway Foundation – curriculum integration of skills at the elementary school level
Salesforce – donation of contact management system access and technical support
Sam’s Club – adapted workshops for children with disabilities in Contra Costa County
Seagate – sponsorship of parent/child workshops
Smith Micro – general operating support
SurveyMonkey – general operating support
Target Stores – family violence prevention services for children, youth, and families
Union Bank of California – programs to prevent bullying and to promote physical and emotional safety for children and youth
Verizon – development and field testing of our Relationship Safety Handbook along with services for women and children coping with domestic violence
Walmart – direct services for children, youth, and families
Wells Fargo Foundation – direct services for children and parents learning safety skills together
*Note: Many our our Corporation partners are also Foundations.