Corporate Giving

Corporate Sponsorships:

We have a wide variety of corporate sponsorship opportunities available including event, print, digital, and general sponsorships.  Please click on the link below for more details:

Corporate Sponsorship Opportunities

Corporate Partnerships:

Open Door offers ideas for fun, team building activities around donating to Open Door!  Please click on the link below for more details:

Corporate Partnership Activities

Corporate Matching:

Many companies offer matching gift programs that will double, even triple your donation’s value. Check with your company to find out if they will match your donation to ODAS. To obtain a matching gift form or if you have questions about your company’s matching gift program, please contact your Human Resource department.

Volunteer Grants:

Volunteer at ODAS? Many companies offer volunteer grants, or monetary donations companies give to organizations where their employees volunteer on a regular basis. Check with your company to see if they offer volunteer grants and how to sign up.

Open Door Animal Sanctuary’s Tax Identification Number (also known as Employee Identification Number or EIN) is 23-7444249. For more information about corporate giving, contact:

Open Door Animal Sanctuary does not receive any city, state or federal funding. It is the generosity of people and organizations that make our work possible. We recognize that each contribution represents a judgement of trust in our ability to help the animals, and we are deeply appreciative for every bit of support that we receive. Donations from individual persons provide a significant percentage of our annual funding and are essential to sustain our work. Open Door is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit charity. By giving to Open Door you have the opportunity to permanently change the future of our animals. Open Door has so many wonderful animals that need new homes. Even a small donation will make a BIG difference! A $50 gift can go towards spaying or neutering a pet. Donations – large and small – can help a young kitten that needs special medication or help a dog get the immediate care that it needs to get adopted.