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Cause-related marketing (or a cause marketing partnership) involve cooperative efforts between two organizations for mutual benefit.

Each year, we receive many requests from caring organizations and individuals who wish to hold a fundraiser or promotion that benefits Utah Food Bank, and we are incredibly grateful for each opportunity. This type of cause marketing can be a promoted fundraiser, an event that generates a donation to Utah Food Bank from ticket or product sales, a buy-one/give-one promotion or a variety of other arrangements.

In an effort to keep management and fundraising expenses low, we maintain a small, hard-working staff. We will do our best to accommodate all requests for support of your efforts, but due to the large volume of requests we receive, cannot always guarantee that Utah Food Bank representatives and staff will be able to support your endeavors.

So that we can effectively manage inquiries, please adhere to the following procedure prior to beginning your campaign:

  • Review our CAUSE MARKETING GUIDELINES & FAQ to determine if Utah Food Bank is a good fit for your promotional goals.
  • Complete our CAUSE MARKETING PROPOSAL. Please only complete the questions that apply to your promotion and allow three business days for a response. If you have questions regarding the form, please contact Heidi Cannella at (801) 887-1278 or communications@utahfoodbank.org.
  • Once we have received all the necessary information, we will send you a Cause Marketing Agreement for signature. Read theĀ sample version HERE.

Please note: For groups hosting food drives, there is no need to complete this application – please register a food drive. If you are interested in using Utah Food Bank’s name and/or logo in printed materials for public consumption and/or television or radio ads, please contact Heidi Cannella at (801) 887-1278 orĀ communications@utahfoodbank.org.

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