Corporate/CSR & Foundation Partnerships
The generous contributions of corporations and foundations allows SJPC to strengthen families
at risk of child abuse and neglect through comprehensive education and targeted support. SJPC's work with
these families provides the critical support needed to protect children from abuse and neglect.
Without our partners, this work would not be possible.
With Strong Roots, We Grow.
At SJPC we are always looking for like-minded partners who share our vision of giving back to the community.
We consider partnership to be so much more than sponsorship; it’s reciprocal, it’s valued by both, and it has shared aims and goals.
If, like many businesses, you are looking for meaningful ways to give back, engage staff and build stronger connections with customers and communities, we are the right fit for you!
Talk with us today about how your business can help change the lives of the over 1500 families we have, and continue to, work with!
If you are interested in discussing ways a partnership with SJPC add value to your business, then contact us now.
We are grateful to the following foundations, corporations, and government organizations who have supported our mission:
Our Corporate Partners
Community Giving Program
Being a parent is a challenge that takes hard work and dedication, but it doesn’t always come naturally. St. Joseph Parenting Center supports families by giving them the education and tools they need to be the parents they want to be. We are proud to partner with the St. Joseph Parenting Center on their DAD program that helps men grow as fathers.
- President, Steven & Alexandra Cohen Foundation
The Abbott Fund is proud to financially support SJPC and the mission to prevent child abuse and neglect. The Center provides critical parent education which we believe is key to breaking the cycle of child abuse."
Kathleen and Michael Abbott
- Abbot Family Foundation
Teaching at SJPC has brought such joy and fun into my life. As a professional, to share my knowledge and help to answer questions that lead our parents to become more effective, and more present for their children. Right now, more than ever, we all need support. I'm so glad to be a part of the SJPC team.
Mary Pat Wachter Ph.D