85% of our total operating expenses fund programs for children. So the majority of your dollars go toward exactly what you intended - supporting children in poverty.
Most companies, small or large, encourage their employee to be involved in some form of charitable activity. Please consider finding out what charitable activities your company pursues, and inquire about involving your company in DCI’s mission of helping children.
Your company can support our mission in the following ways:
Many companies match the donations their employees make to charitable organizations like DCI – that means you can double your contribution at no extra cost to you!
To find out if your company will match your contributions to DCI, just follow these three simple steps:
How are Matching Gifts used?
Proceeds from matching gifts are assigned to DCI’s General Fund and are used for several purposes that are critical to sustaining our mission. These uses are as follows, in order of priority:
Visit our Accountability page to learn more about how DCI uses its funds.
Please contact DCI if you require any additional information about making a matching gift.
DCI is a non-profit child rights organization providing comprehensive support to many poverty stricken children and families throughout the world. As a grassroots organization, our efforts are often constrained by our limited resources. For this reason, we request that corporations and other businesses join in supporting DCI’s mission, enabling us to release more families from the burden of poverty.
Please consider initiating a mutually rewarding partnership with DCI by becoming our sponsor. With a small donation, DCI will include a hyperlink to your company’s website and logo below and on our Acknowledgement page.
Every year DCI arranges several Child Rights Awareness Campaign programs, a conference, and cultural shows in different states. Find out how your company can provide support to DCI for these events.
Many corporations, large and small, provide event sponsorship to 501(c)3 charitable organizations like DCI. DCI arranges several events every year as part of its Journey for Child Rights & Sight. These events offer great promotional opportunities for your company to showcase its philanthropy. Find out how you can involve your company to provide support to DCI events.
In-kind donations are donations made with goods and services rather than money. Ask the Human Resources Officer where you work if there is an in-kind donation program at your company.
Contact DCI if you require any additional information.
Many corporations provide grants to charitable organizations like DCI. Ask the Human Resources Officer where you work if there is a grant program in your company and apply on behalf of DCI.
Contact DCI if you require more information.