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2020 Corporate Sponsors

On behalf of women, girls, and families in the greater Topeka community, YWCA Northeast Kansas salutes our partners and sponsors with heartfelt thanks. Our agency works with corporations, foundations, organizations and government institutions to help us further our mission of eliminating racism and empowering women. We welcome new sponsors and partners and look forward to finding ways to work together to stand up for social justice, help families and strengthen communities until injustice is rooted out, institutions are transformed, and our community sees women, children and people of color the way we do: Equal, Powerful, Unstoppable.

Empowering Sponsor

FHLBank Topeka

Sustaining and Racial Justice Sponsor

Kansas Gas Service – a division of ONEGas

Sustaining Sponsor

Evergy

Stormont Vail Health

Mission Sponsor

Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation

Community Partner Sponsor

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas

Capitol Federal

CoreFirst Bank & Trust

Envista Credit Union

GO Topeka

Security Benefit

Invest for 2021

YWCA Northeast Kansas is currently seeking corporations, foundations, organizations and government institutions to invest in our mission of eliminating racism and empowering women in Shawnee, Jackson, Brown and Wabaunsee counties. Our corporate sponsorship program creates the opportunity for deeper collaboration between our organization and corporate organizations that support our mission. This program provides our corporate partners with enhanced visibility in Northeast Kansas and highlights their commitment to racial justice and women’s empowerment. Each dollar invested makes our work possible, and in return we provide our partners with on-going benefits as well as specialized benefits through our events.

The Benefits of Corporate Partnership Include:

  • the ability to create a more impactful relationship with YWCA, a respected organization with national name recognition
  • the opportunity to model social responsibility and enhance your organization’s equity and inclusion initiatives
  • enhanced visibility and the chance to reach thousands in northeast Kansas communities
  • year-round recognition and exposure through YWCA website, newsletter, event materials, and racial justice programming.
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