Frequently Asked Questions
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What does it mean to partner with the Compton Initiative?
Becoming a partner is joining the movement to Just Do Good in the City of Compton. Our partners care deeply about our mission and have chosen to serve beyond the occasional workday in one or more of these ways:
- Organizing a volunteer group to participate at each quarterly workday
- Offering a personal skill or service in leadership, administration, trades or social media
- Developing lieutenant site leaders to help direct volunteers at work sites
- Partnering financially by donating funds or helping to develop sustainable contributions
Who is eligible to be a partner?
We welcome partners in business, non-profit organizations, service clubs and individuals.
What is the scope of a partner’s involvement?
While participation varies based on the level of partnership, each of our partners shares our vision to transform Compton through volunteerism and empowering local involvement.
What motivates Compton Initiative partners?
Our partners are inspired that the Compton Initiative has been bringing hope and restoration to the city of Compton since 2006 and uses all of their resources to transform the community. While our partners care about supporting a great cause, they also benefit from the powerful social network developed within our organization l also promote your partnership on our social pages. The City of Compton continues to get more attention in media and across the nation. Your partnership is needed to transform Compton.
My company would like to partner with the Compton Initiative. Who should we contact?
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (562) 817-0822.
Who are some of your corporate partners?
Our corporate partners include Aflac, Behr Paints, Boeing, Capital Group, Dunn Edwards, Farmers and Merchants Bank, Grainger, The Home Depot, Kaiser Permanente, Patria Coffee, Rockview Family Farms, Ralphs/Food4Less, Republic Services, Starbucks, Sketchers, Southern California Edison, Vans, Wells Fargo and West Coast Sand & Gravel.
Who are some of your non-profit and agency partners?
Our non-profit partners include American Red Cross, BIOLA University, Boy Scouts of America, California Preparatory Academy, Compton Youth Build, Compton Unified School District, The City of Compton, CSU Dominguez Hills, CSU Long Beach, CSU Fullerton, Kiwanis, Los Angeles County Sheriff Department, Metro CDC, Opportunity for Learning, ROADS Clinic, Rotary International, Shields for Families, Sylvia Nunn Angels and UCLA.
What specific ways have Compton Initiative partners supported its mission?
Some of our partners’ contributions include:
- Providing food and beverages for rallies and work sites
- Supplying project materials such as paint, tools and equipment
- Giving sustained financial support
- Organizing regular volunteer groups
- Providing project leadership
- Coordinating social media support and providing digital advertising
For more information about supporting the Compton Initiative in partnership, please contact Jeudy Mom at email@example.com or (562) 817-0822.