Corporate Giving

Make an impact. Change lives. Partner with Handicap International.

Co-recipient of the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize, Handicap International is an independent and impartial organization working in nearly 60 countries supporting people with disabilities and other vulnerable populations in situations of conflict, disaster, poverty, and exclusion. 

We are pleased to partner with corporations in a myriad of ways, including direct monetary sponsorship, workplace giving campaigns, employee engagement programs, and combination strategies. Because of the way we build individual relationships and opportunities with companies, we are able to tailor partnerships to meet the goals of the corporation while increasing awareness and funds to support Handicap International’s critical work on behalf of the most vulnerable. 

To discuss corporate partnership opportunities, please contact Sara Goldberg, Development Officer at 240-450-3532 or

Potential Ways to Partner: We aim to create customized partnerships with companies that range from traditional sponsorship to creative employee engagement and fundraising campaigns. We believe that by exploring potential opportunities together, we can determine the right approach for each company’s goals and employee culture.

  • Direct sponsorship of a specific HI project
  • Challenge matches
  • Co-branded products
  • Employee awareness and giving campaigns
  • Team-building events
  • C-suite challenges

Partnership Benefits: Our goal in partnering with corporations is to ensure mutual benefit to HI and our corporate partners, while increasing financial support for our mission. We work one-on-one with our partners to determine the benefits that are most meaningful to them. Benefits are based on the value of the partnership and may include:

  • Social and traditional media promotion
  • Features in online or print newsletters
  • Website recognition
  • Recognition in our annual report
  • Logo placement
  • Reporting on impact of partnership

 Please read our Corporate Gift Acceptance Policy.

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  • commented 2015-02-05 23:36:40 -0500
    Dear, Handicap International Thanks for accept me . I am Lweh wah say working in Mae Tao Clinic, Disabled Rehabilitation Center as Coordinator. Mae Tao Clinic is Located to Thai-Burma Border , Mae Sot ,Tak ,Thailand, we Provided 250 artificial legs for landmine victim and other patients. I would like to be a part of HI and cooperate work for helping in Disabled peoples for the future.