General Electric

At GE, employees spend time supporting their local communities, because it matters to them. GE and the March of Dimes share a unique history, dating all the way back to the 1940s when GE equipment was modified and provided to the March of Dimes to support polio patients. In the 1950’s the March of Dimes provided polio shots for GE employees in the US to promote the need for healthy lifestyles.Over the past 25 years, GE teams have supported the March of Dimes, walking every April to raise money and awareness.

Most common questions

How does March of Dimes do as a brand?

March of Dimes is a premier nonprofit brand and a very strong nonprofit partner. The organization has a track record of achieving marketing and business objectives with its clients through its diverse portfolio of events and programs.

  • March of Dimes is #1 recognized major health charity by moms
  • March of Dimes is the #2 recognized major health charity by women

SOURCE: Gallup, 2008 and 2009

What standards does the March of Dimes go by?

March of Dimes strongly adheres to the standards of the National Health Council and the Better Business Bureau’s Standards for Charity Accountability.

What's required to be a partner or sponsor?

All partnerships and sponsorships do require a letter of agreement (contract) before an affiliation or promotion is granted. A fact sheet is provided for reference and the Strategic Partnership Questionnaire is the first step in working together for stronger, healthier babies as a Partner or Sponsor.

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