All businesses are different. Which is why at Tennessee Kids Belong, we’re open to creating a partnership that is as unique as you are!
By becoming a Business Impact Partner, you can choose how you engage:
IMPACT YOUR EMPLOYEES
Not only are more qualified foster homes desperately needed in our state, we must do a better job of supporting those who have already stepped up. We can assist you with employee engagement programs to educate your workers on how to become foster certified and/or support programs for existing adoptive or foster parents.
IMPACT THE COMMUNITY
Commit to providing a discount on your existing products or services in order to help ease the financial strain fostering places on family budgets. Show the kids you care while generating community goodwill at the same time!
Examples: 20% off a monthly gym membership, kids eat free with a paying adult, 20% off new mattress sets, etc.
IMPACT THE CHILDREN
Make a tax-deductible donation of any size to directly impact the work of Tennessee Kids Belong. When it comes to investing in foster care, you are helping shape the future of your community by giving children what they need most to thrive- a safe home, a family, a place to belong.
IMPACT A FUTURE
Coming soon: Work with us to provide internships and on-the-job career training for older kids (ages 18-21) who are aging out of the foster care system and who are in need of vocational support.
“It is an absolute joy for my employees to be able to serve foster families in the community. After hearing about creative ways to serve families and children, it was a no brainer to donate our companies services. It is such a small ask for us financially, but makes a HUGE difference for each family. What a gift to be able to use our resources in this way.”
-Jasmine McClarney, CEO and Founder of Greenroom Cleaners
“We are great at finding homes for families, and we LOVE supporting this non-profit that helps find families and homes for vulnerable children in our state. This has become part of our company culture and we are involved now both supporting financially and in numerous other ways.”
–Stuart White, CEO RealTracs
“Starting the conversation with our HR Partners, it turned out one of them was a foster mother as well. There are many benefits in the workplace that will better serve families who are currently fostering or adopting. We even have a Quarterly Community lunch as a support group and info session for employees who are interested in fostering.”
- Jen Goforth, Discovery, Inc.