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Partnering with Trellis
Our partnerships with area businesses are exciting and inspiring examples of symbiotic relationships. There are so many ways in which businesses can partner with Trellis, and many of our partners engage with us in more than one, such as hosting youth interns, having a garden onsite, and serving as board members. Below you can learn more about the variety of ways your organization can benefit from partnering with Trellis. Please reach out to us for more information!
Youth Programs Sponsor
Board and Committee Members
Host or Sponsor an Intern
Trellis has a highly successful intern placement program. If you are a business with social impact/CSR goals, you are eligible to apply for a paid intern. Or, you can sponsor an intern for a paid position at an area nonprofit. Learn more here.
Employee Giving Program
Many people get excited about supporting kids and growing clean food locally. We would love to be added to your list of options for employee giving and/or matching programs and can make a presentation or provide materials. Contact Jennifer Salvo at 610-886-4905.
Volunteer and Pro Bono Time
Offering paid volunteer hours is a great way to provide an employee benefit and to give back to the community. We have a wide variety of options for your employees that can be long- or short-term projects. Learn more on our volunteering page.
Grants are a critical source of income that allow us to keep serving youth and food insecure families. If you offer a grant option for nonprofits, we would love to learn more. Please reach out to our Development Director, Jennifer Salvo, at 610-886-4905.
Are you interested in obtaining tax credits for your business? Talk to us about the possibility of partnering for an Educational Improvement Tax Credit from the PA Department of Economic Development. Please reach out to Jennifer Anderson for more information at 610-886-4901.
Our partnership brings together two organizations whose missions align and whose passion for stronger, healthier communities and more sustainable food systems is at the forefront of what they do.
During a really hard day, nothing gets you out of your own head better than going out and spending a little time with your hands in the dirt. It really has been a great partnership.
Trellis for Tomorrow is an equal opportunity organization and makes all employment/volunteer/program acceptance decisions without regard to race, religion, color, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, and gender identity), national origin, disability, age, genetic information, or any other status protected under applicable federal, state, or local laws.