Co·por·ate Spon·sor: Relating to a corporation, especially a large company or group. An organization that pays for or plans and carries out a project or activity

Sponsors are needed for our upcoming Celebrity Auction. This event was

delayed by Covid-19 but we are excited to get more items donated and  have the online auction on December 7, 2020. 

Our hope is to have 100 auction items donated and raise $50,000 with a $50,000 matching grant. These funds will be used to donate book sets to schools, libraries and places of worship so that students may read them, learn and perhaps be inspired to document a story.

If you know a famous person, consider asking them to donate an item for this important work. If they donate personal items such as clothing, jewelry, a vehicle or musical instrument, please have them include a certificate of authenticity to give to the auction winner.  

Learn more about auction here: CLICK         

Corporate sponsorship support is a payment by a business to a nonprofit to further their mission. This kind of        sponsorship is key to our success in having more students focus on our mission of preserving history. By making  a financial commitment to Understanding Works, your business will be making a tangible impact for the youth of America. 

By partnering with Understanding Works, your company or organization will be associated with this unique way of teaching history, tolerance and kindness to the youth of America. 

Whether you’re a Fortune 500 company, a small business or a business group of any kind, your partnership can help us achieve our goal of teaching youth to take history to heart!

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"I'm passing along the lessons from the Greatest Generation and others who have lived through hardship to future generations. Our subject's humility, sense of responsibility, and work ethic are inspiring. Having a student interview someone with a powerful story to tell is the greatest gift I can give them and those who will one day read their book." Deb Bowen