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Home > Special Intiatives > Children's Memorial Flag > Things Businesses Can Do to Support the Children's Memorial Flag Initiative

 
 

Things Businesses Can Do to Support the Children's Memorial Flag Initiative

Invest in kids. Provide family-friendly work environments. Ask your local and national lawmakers to support legislation to protect our children and improve their lives.

Purchase a Children's Memorial Flag. Fly it at your place of business on the fourth Friday in April, Children's Memorial Flag Day. Or fly it all month long. The month of April is Child Abuse Prevention Month.

Use your corporate intranet and/or newsletter to share information about the Children's Memorial Flag. Download advertisements and/or banner ads and tiles.

Participate in ceremonies to memorialize children. Provide time-off to employees who want to attend related events.

Make a Donation. Contribute a portion of your proceeds in April to the Children's Memorial Flag fund.

Match employee contributions. All donations are tax-deductible and support more than 9 million vulnerable and at-risk children annually.

Assemble a point-of-purchase donations bin. Ask patrons to contribute spare change.

Ask employees to display flag pins, bumper stickers, and/or magnets. These items - and more -- are available for purchase. Buy in bulk for substantial discounts.

Volunteer time and talent. Contact local agencies to find out how you and your employees can help.

Organize a fundraising event to benefit the Children's Memorial Flag initiative. Contact us to discuss additional ways your business can help.


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