Business Partnerships

Children deserve the best opportunity for a brighter future.

When your business invests in helping children and youth reach their potential, you build and strengthen a shared vision of a more inclusive, thriving community––the same community you operate in and share with your customers, your employees and their families.

We invite you to partner with us to demonstrate your company’s shared values, and make a positive impact in our community. Here are a few ways we work with others, from large corporations to small business entrepreneurs.  

  • Monthly Giving | Employee Giving, Matching Gifts and Engagement Fundraising | Payroll Deductions
  • Annual Gifts  | Event Sponsorship | Cause Marketing | Point-of-sale opportunities | Donations of products and services  

Commit today to invest in the well-being of the next generation –  today, and for the future. Together, children and youth with their families will thrive!

If you have an questions, I invite you to connect with me.

Lisa Talbot
Executive Director, KidsAbility Foundation
519-886-8886 ext. 1201
Toll Free: 1-888-372-2259

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Charitable Business Number: 89094 3673 RR0001

Read how our current partners support the work we do in the community. 

Volkswagen Waterloo | Waterloo | Monthly Donor

David Krause General Manager of Waterloo Volkswagen

“Monthly giving is a convenient way to give. It’s not something you need think about because it’s routine. If you know your budget and believe in making philanthropy a part of your every day life, like other things that are important to you, then it’s the easiest way to give back to help children, youth and families.” -
David Krause, Volkswagen Waterloo General Manager

Neighbourhood Group | Guelph/Kitchener| Cause Related Marketing

Court Desautels CEO of Neighbourhood Group“The Neighbourhood Group has always been committed to engaging with like-minded organizations that help build and strengthen our communities and this is why KidsAbility has been so important to us over the past decade. We have been able to bring awareness and fundraising through many of our marketing strategies by involving collaborative partnerships with KidsAbility which creates more meaningful relationships with our guests. These fundraising initiatives have been the key driving force in creating a culture of community spirit within the Neighbourhood Group and will continue to be the driving force of how we do, and see, business differently.” - Court Desautels, Group Leader & CEO Neighbourhood Group

PEER Group | Kitchener | Endowment Donor & Special Event Sponsor

Mike Kropp CEO of PEER Group

“At PEER Group, we value our ability to give back to our community. Our people choose charities to support, we fundraise together, and the company matches all donations. We use fundraising as an employee engagement tool: rallying around a shared cause – like the KidsAbility Plasma Car Races – builds team spirit and increases workplace enjoyment. We believe our community involvement has been a key contributor in Great Place to Work Canada naming us a Best Workplace for ten years, and it helps us maintain a very high retention rate. Plus, giving back is the right thing to do so it’s a win-win.” - Mike Kropp, PEER Group President & CEO