There are many reasons you might want to partner with ConnectAbility of MN, including reputation and brand recognition. When you put your name alongside a respected organization like ours, you build goodwill for your company. This means that both customers and employees will become more loyal. Here are a few of the benefits:

  • Helping a non profit
  • Helping impact the community for better
  • Helping people in need who have disabilities
  • Increasing employee engagement, morale, and retention
  • Increasing customer and brand loyalty
  • Drawing media attention and coverage for free
  • Providing a motivating purpose for the company and employees
  • Increasing shareholder return
  • Receiving a tax donation for contributions


How can you partner with ConnectAbility of MN?

  • Offer a company dollar-for-dollar match with your employees for payroll donations
  • Do an annual fundraising dollar-for-dollar match to employee and community donations
  • Make us your annual cause during your fundraising cycle
  • Make one of our annual events your company’s Day of Volunteering
  • Offer company match for grant funds
  • Offer your services as a donation
  • Provide products to be used in the office or as part of events or fundraisers


To talk to someone about how to be a ConnectAbility of MN community partner, please email the Executive Director at

Thank You to Our Partners

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