Collaboration is at the core of everything we do. We are a global health and humanitarian organization, committed to transforming lives and uplifting communities by empowering health care workers to expertly implement and teach innovative lifesaving solutions, in times of need and into the future. And we understand that no one entity can solve the world’s greatest health challenges alone. That’s why we partner in everything we do. Join us!
Partnering with Project HOPE
Around the world, Project HOPE partners with corporations, foundations, universities, ministries of health, and local public health organizations to understand the greatest needs facing local communities and deliver solutions that improve their health and well-being. Everyone benefits when we combine our strengths and expertise: the partner, the non-profit organization, and most importantly, the community.
Health care workers are at the center of everything we do. Project HOPE provides the systems, training, solutions and capacity building to empower health workers to strengthen their communities around the world.
Project HOPE builds strategic, long-term partnerships that advance innovative health solutions worldwide. Whether collaborating with our global health teams, supporting disaster response, or engaging in our annual events, our partners are building a stronger future for communities on the front lines of the world’s greatest health challenges.
Partnerships offer exciting opportunities that can transform your business, organization, and foundation while engaging your employees, benefactors, and the community. They help build a sustainable impact that will last for generations by helping to combat disease, equip health care workers, and respond to disasters and health crises. But most importantly, they allow us to combine our resources and expertise in order to build a strong and resilient global community of health workers.
These partnerships are especially critical in an emergency. Together with our partners, Project HOPE has responded to some of the world’s most urgent disasters and humanitarian crises, including the COVID-19 pandemic, the Syrian refugee crisis, the 2014 Ebola outbreak, Hurricane Maria, Hurricane Dorian, and the ongoing humanitarian crisis that began in Venezuela.
Private sector partners play a critical role in advancing Project HOPE’s mission to place power in the hands of health workers to save lives around the world.
Ways to Partner With Project HOPE
1. Programmatic Grants. Program grants allow us to work together to address the most pressing global health and disaster response needs around the globe, while meeting your company’s philanthropic vision.
2. Cause Marketing. When you partner with Project HOPE through a cause marketing program, such as a percent of sales, point of sale, or co-brand campaign, you join brands in giving customers a differentiated way to be a part of solving the world’s global health challenges.
3. Employee Engagement. Engage your employees through a variety of ways including volunteer opportunities, workplace giving programs, matching gifts, and more.
Partnering with Project HOPE can help you meet your corporate social responsibility goals, improve customer loyalty, and engage employees in an important mission that saves lives.
Project HOPE offers multiple benefits for all of our partners, including:
- Access to key technical experts in global health, humanitarian crisis, and disaster response.
- Program visits. Partners can visit programs they have supported around the world to see how our impact together is changing lives.
- Learning events. Project HOPE staff and program experts are available to visit corporate, foundation, and organization offices for tailored educational events about how Project HOPE is addressing the most pressing global health issues today.
- Workplace giving campaigns. Engage employees, build morale, and help your impact go further with workplace giving and matching gift campaigns.
- Marketing and consumer engagement. The business of doing good can have a positive impact. Project HOPE’s cause marketing campaigns offer brand lift and increase sales by rallying customers around a mission they believe in.
- Media exposure. Partnerships are regularly featured in Project HOPE’s social media, joint press releases, and website stories. Partners are also highlighted in our annual report.
Mothers in Sierra Leone, like Musu, are receiving the support and medical care they need to have safe pregnancies and healthy babies through health care worker training made possible through funding from partners, including Ferring Pharmaceuticals and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Project HOPE’s partners are delivering innovative, sustainable solutions that help people around the world access the health services they need.
See Our Partnerships at Work
In partnership with AstraZeneca, Project HOPE is empowering young people in Mexico to practice healthier habits and support one another in the fight against noncommunicable diseases like diabetes.
CEO members of Business Roundtable join forces with Project HOPE and Healthcare Ready to deliver lifesaving protective gear and equipment to America’s frontline health workers.
Through funding from Johnson & Johnson, Project HOPE and its partners are training Indonesian midwives and health workers to be better positioned to manage complications at childbirth.
In partnership with Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association, Project HOPE delivers protective gear, medical supplies, and training to nine hospitals in eight hard-hit provinces in the Dominican Republic.
Project HOPE teams up with global superstar Ricky Martin and the groundbreaking fundraising platform CharityStars for the #HelpfromHome campaign, raising funds to support healthcare workers on the frontlines of the COVID-19 outbreak.
To learn more about how you can invest in Project HOPE’s mission, please contact:
Theresa Pike Rhodes
+1 (301) 347-3983
Featured image: In Indonesia, Masnaeti depended on the team of volunteers and midwives throughout her pregnancy. In the first year with her son, she’s become a strong advocate for the health network and encourages other moms to go to the health center.