Partner for collective impact
Join our network of SHAME SHIFTERS with a National cause marketing program, event sponsorship, employee giving program, or host a community fundraiser.
A corporate partnership with Rituals for Recovery is a mutually beneficial relationship: for Rituals for Recovery, it means funding, support and increased visibility for our work fighting to end human suffering; for our partners it means the chance to make real social impact, increase customer and staff value, strengthen brand awareness and purpose.
Shame Shifter Community Partner
The community partner program is an opportunity for institutions, organizations, and networks to build and support cause marketing programs that connect employees’ commitment to the community with volunteer, advocacy and outreach opportunities. We provide ongoing support, training, and education to help people serve with confidence. You will receive a toolkit, resources and information to support your campaign efforts.
Become a Campaign Program Partner
Are you a charity, non-profit or social-service organization who would like to become a campaign program partner?
Work with Rituals for Recovery to help deliver key themes in your sustainable business strategy including mental health, women’s economic empowerment, sustainable livelihoods, ending violence against women and girls, and humanitarian response. Together with our partners, we bring collaborative solutions to end human suffering through transformative programs and advocacy campaigns.
Shame Shifter Associate Member
The associate member program is an opportunity for individuals and small businesses to gain visibility, give back and contribute to the greater good!
If you are a Canadian maker or small business, you will be granted rights to market approved goods or services to raise funds for our Help Her Recover Trauma Relief Fund, while also providing support for recovery relief services.
You will receive a toolkit, resources and information to support your campaign efforts.
If you’d like to learn more about how your business, organization or community can help be proactive in complex trauma prevention, please reach out today!