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  1. 1. INSERT School Presentation Andrew Young TITLE SLIDE May 2012COMING FROM HEIDI
  2. 2. Points of Light Points of Light is the leading volunteer organization with more than 20 years of history, a bipartisan presidential legacy and the largest volunteer footprint in the nation. We inspire, equip and mobilize people to take action that changes the world. 2
  3. 3. Points of Light: Our WorkPoints of Light accomplishes its mission 2.7 million volunteers engagedthrough four enterprises: A network of 250 local volunteer centers 30 million hours across the country and around the world. of volunteer service More than $626 million of valued service The youth service movement that ignites the power of kids to make their mark on the world. 7,200 corporate partners activating employees The national service alumni network that activates the next generation of service leaders. 70,000 nonprofit partners supported Through the Corporate Institute, we enable 88,000 volunteer leaders companies to engage their employees and trained customers in service. 3
  4. 4. Our Reach: Global Action Centers 4
  5. 5. Cause Programs and Campaigns Key Moments to Drive Consumer & Employee Volunteering • 200K+ Volunteers MLK Day • America’s Sunday Supper • Celebrating the power of volunteers National Volunteer Week • DC Reception & Congressional Event • Daily Points of Light, PVSA, Extra Mile Recognition Programs • Youth: BE BIG in Your Community, Hasbro Action Heroes Good & Ready • Disaster preparedness social media campaign for families 9/11 National Day of Service • 5M participants participating in projects and paying tribute • USA WEEKEND partnership with 3M people involved Make A Difference Day • Make Your Mark Week with youth focused activities Family Volunteer Day • Inspiring lifelong volunteering, promoted by DisneyPowered by: • Education, environment, Training, Salesforce - Deploying economy, Tools & HandsOn based nationalHandsOn disaster HandsOn Resources for AmeriCorps Action volunteer serviceCampaign University volunteers & Alums • Social Media and volunteer Portal registration & leaders into and management communities leaders Incentives 5
  6. 6. For Profit / Nonprofit PartnershipsSetting the Stage for Success Shared values and goals Expect the Mission unexpected alignment Identifying the right partner Unique Mutual partnership return on story investment Structured deliverables and roles 6
  7. 7. Strategic Partnership ExamplesMobilizing Consumers for GoodDisney Parks and HandsOn team on Disney Give A Day, Get ADisney Day program• First-of-its-kind program aimed to inspire one million people to volunteer in their communities.• HandsOn back-end technology to verify service activities• Those that perform volunteer service received a free one-day admission ticket to a Disney theme park• Over 1 million people committed to serve in first 3 months.• 42,000 service opportunities &1.5M volunteer slots• HandsOn Network engaged over 10,000+ nonprofit organizations to create millions of unique volunteer projects• $100M+ ad and social media campaign led by Disney 7
  8. 8. Strategic Partnership Examples Bringing the Power of Service to the Lives of ChildrenStrategic partnership with Hasbro Children’s Fund to help childrenchange themselves and the world through service Hasbro is a generationOn founding partner, with a $5M, 5 year grant, and funding that advances generationOn’s key priorities including: • Campaigns and calls to action – Make Your Mark Week, Family Volunteer Day, Holiday Gift Campaign and Summer of Service • Hasbro Community Action Heroes Awards • Online destination for kids, teachers and parents • Youth leadership including National Youth Advisory Council • Supported through HubTV media partnership with PSA announcementsHasbro is supporting generationOn in identifying and securing aligned brand partners that want to helpkids change the world. Additional genOn assets include teacher resources and training, Learning toGive curriculum, service leaders in schools, out-of-school programming, generationOn Clubs, annualBenefit, and more… 8
  9. 9. Strategic Partnership Examples Building Nonprofit & Community Technology Capacity, Knowledge & Adoption HandsOn Tech Corps Powered By Google to Increase Community Access to TechnologyHandsOn Corps has placed 24 AmeriCorps VISTA members within HandsOn AffiliateAction Centers and technology nonprofit partners in 7 communities.Goals: • increase the nonprofit sector’s effective use of technology and efficiency in operation • increase community resources • increase collaboration and communication among organizations and community members • improve outcomes for low-income communities and familiesEach HandsOn Corps member undergoes a comprehensive training program featuringGoogle, NPower and NTEN and leverages the expertise of 4-6 technology skills-basedvolunteers including Googlers.Corps members create individualized technology plans for access and adoption of newresources. 9
  10. 10. Strategic Partnership ExamplesUPS Supports HandsOn Disaster EffortsUPS helps train affiliates and volunteers to be ready to respondLast year HandsOn Network affiliates engaged more than 113,000 volunteers indisaster response activities. These volunteers contributed more than 2 million hours ofservice with an economic impact of $43 million to communities recovering fromdisaster.UPS support includes: • Sub-grants to Gulf coast affiliates affected by the Deep Horizon oil spill for project development and programs • Convening HandsOn Action Center Disaster Training – regional training sessions with 40+ affiliates • Service Leader Initiative – training and engaging volunteer leaders to support disaster effortsAdditional Disaster Activities & Needs:• Good & Ready preparedness social media campaign• On-going training and webinars• Response and ongoing recovery efforts• Volunteer engagement grants 10
  11. 11. Strategic Partnership ExamplesMake A Clean Difference - HandsOn Schools projectsnationwide Bounty’s “Make a Clean Difference” Program • 30 schools New York City Kick-off Event – May 4, 2010 participated Media Impressions to date: 529,529,530 • Social Media outreach • Celebrity engagement • PR Campaign • Product Donations • Co-branded paper towel packages 11
  12. 12. Contact InformationAnna SnoeyenbosManager, Corporate Partnershipsasnoeyenbos@pointsoflight.org404.979.2902 www.pointsoflight.org www.handsonnetwork.org www.generationon.org 12