Partnering With Local Businesses to Showcase Corporate Responsibility
EATONTOWN, NJ - The Monmouth County SPCA is very excited to announce the launch of our new Corporate Sponsorship program geared towards reaching out to the business community in the area. By partnering with the MCSPCA a company can benefit from our 65 years of working within the community to protect and serve the homeless, neglected and abused animals of Monmouth County as well as their human companions.
The sponsorship program enables the MCSPCA to show their recognition and support for the companies that have chosen to partner with the organization. The program allows for varying levels of sponsorship resulting in different forms of recognition. Some examples of the publicity that the partnering company can benefit from may include:
A listing in our “Support our Sponsors” section of the newsletter.
A web site endorsement of our Three Wags Award to promote their product or service.
A Pawsway Paver with their company name and an opportunity to be included in our adoption kit.
Various other opportunities such as naming rights within the newly renovated MCSPCA
Homeward Bound Adoption Center and underwriting one of our yearly events.
In this time of Corporate Responsibility, helping an organization that provides so much to the local community is a winning strategy. Some of our valuable programs are the MCSPCA Humane Law division which investigates reports of animal cruelty throughout Monmouth County and the Humane Education program that allows us to promote responsible pet guardianship by visiting dozens of schools and offering tours of our facility to student and youth groups. The MCSPCA also helps support the community by providing a low/cost spay neuter clinic and weekly vaccination clinic to the many owned animals in the Monmouth County area. And of course, we provide thousands of families in the community with their new best friends every year. These are just a small sample of the many programs and services that the MCSPCA provides.
The Monmouth County SPCA has long received the support of local veterinary doctors, hospitals and other animal related businesses and these partnerships have proven to be beneficial on both sides. "Businesses are often looking for an edge over their competition and it's been proven that consumers like to spend their money with companies that support the causes that are close to their own beliefs. Helping animals has always been a cause that wins over the hearts and minds of the public," said Lisa Mulhearn of the MCSPCA.
It currently costs approximately $250,000 per month to fund all the important programs of the MCSPCA. We are a non-profit organization that receives no federal, state or local funding; we rely on the community to help us continue to do the work we do every month.