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Corporate Sponsorship

Local businesses and corporations play a key role in helping the women and families who come to YWCA move themselves out of crisis, towards independence, and into sustainable lives.
Whether you are a start-up company, local family-owned business, or a global corporation, businesses of all shapes and sizes have the opportunity to play a key role in changing the lives of the women and families we serve.

While corporate sponsors help raise much-needed funds, produce signature events and provide in-kind donations, they also elevate the profile of businesses in our communities.

How do I get more information?

Let’s talk about how your business can make a difference for the women and families we serve in our community. For more information please contact us at 847.742.7930 or info@ywcaelgin.org.

Sponsorship Levels

Additional ways my organization can partner with YWCA Elgin?

  • Event Sponsorships: Link your organization with YWCA at one of our signature events; Leader Luncheon, Annual Auction, or YW Uncorked.
  • Employee Engagement: Connect your employees and co-workers with our mission through volunteer opportunities, matching gifts, or workplace giving.
  • Holiday Giving: Provide our School Age Child Care participants with gifts at the Holidays.

YWCA Elgin is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization (employer identification number 36-2171177). Your donations are fully tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law. Upon request, a copy of the latest financial filing can be obtained.

YWCA Elgin’s Statement on the Murder of George Floyd

We are mourning the cold-hearted and cruel killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis Police Department Officer as three fellow officers watched. Mr. Floyd’s killing reminds us that for far too long African Americans are much more likely to die at the hands of the police. Mr. Floyd is the latest and most vivid example of how black lives continue to be discarded.

Protesters are marching in the streets across the United States, in the greatest numbers since the 1960’s. It sends a strong message we must make changes now and end this cycle. It is imperative to end the institutional racism that infects our society.

The YWCA Elgin stands with Alejandra Castillo, CEO, YWCA USA, who states, “We are outraged by the callous killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis Police Officer – and similarly appalled by the inaction of three other officers who stood by watching as George Floyd endured unspeakable suffering, but addressing this specific incident alone won’t be enough to prevent future incidents of police violence against Black people, and people of color in America. Our country’s failure to address institutional racism is costing lives. Racism is why coronavirus is killing more people of color than white people. Racism is why police shootings are a leading cause of death for young Black men. Racism is why Black mothers die more frequently in childbirth. Racism has no place in the America we all deserve.”

We call on our national, state, and local leaders to immediately acknowledge the institutional racism in our society and to immediately implement change. The YWCA Elgin, along with the YWCA USA, is committed to racial justice, and we stand united in the fight for all for a fair and just society.

The Board of Directors, YWCA Elgin