Corporate Partnerships

Turn-key opportunities to meet your social responsibility goals.

Regis Corporation sent two of its trainers to Rwanda to improve the skills of hair stylists.

Deploy your employees as skill-based volunteers. Externships with Bpeace can improve your employees’ leadership and team skills; facilitate relationships across department lines; provide a creative outlet for problem-solving; and bring greater understanding of diverse cultures and economies.

Travel is not required, though there are certainly travel opportunities.

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Executive search firm Kirk Palmer & Associates enjoyed a sponsorship at Bpeace’s annual fundraising event.

Bpeace sponsorships can also include underwriting segments of our program or providing in-kind services.

CITI provided capital to launch our program in El Salvador. Coach has provided ongoing financial support specifically for women's economic development.

Tell us your goals and we will provide you with ideas and turn-key options.

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World Harbors hosted four Afghan food processors for two days at their production facility in Maine.

In partnership with the U.S. Department of State, Bpeace has matched up more than 130 Host Companies with visiting business owners from Afghanistan, Rwanda and El Salvador.

We are currently seeking Host Companies in these industry sectors: tourism, food processing, catering, software development and manufacturing.

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How Professionals Volunteer from Their Desks

Analysis
Federal Reserve employees analyzed data from the Bpeace annual census of entrepreneurs.

Strategy
A Microsoft executive helped an Afghan woman write her business plan for her community’s first women-only Internet café.

Training
A major New York hospital customer service executive and a Pennsylvania real estate broker teamed up to create a revolutionizing customer service training module.

Join Our Clinton Global Initiative Commitment

One Million Jobs is a new partnership among Bpeace and corporations to develop sustainable businesses and employment in conflict-affected countries including Afghanistan, Rwanda and El Salvador.

During the ramp-up phase, Bpeace commits to identify and coach 100 entrepreneurs and deliver business acumen by connecting them with employee skill-based volunteers from participating corporations. The three-year partnership will support 6,000-8,000 family members through 1,000 jobs sustained by 100 small growing businesses.