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Ways to Give

Match Makers

For those who would like to invest in Companions for Children through a long-term 5 year committment.

One Time

For individuals, groups, clubs, etc. who would like to make a one-time donation.

Match Activity

Support by sponsoring a activity for Mentors and Mentees to enjoy together. Not only do Mentors generously give their time, they also pay for all activities they do with their Mentee's. This ensures children from all financial backgrounds are able to participate and no financial burden is placed on the families. Every month, Companions for Children teams up with a local individual or business to provide a pre-paid activity to the matches in the community-based mentoring program. This cost of this sponsorship is $500. Recognition is provided on our social media accounts two times during that month with pictures and the business logo (when applicable). Busineses can work with the Companions for Children Team to find a month and activity that aligns with their marketing plan. Here are some examples of activities from last year. Roosevelt Park Zoo, Take and Bake Pizza Kits from Prairie Sky Breads, Golf Outing at Wee Links, Fall Festivities at Berry Acres, Pumpkin Carving, Bowling at North Hill Bowl, and Checking out the new Rage Room!


Do you have a Birthday coming up? You can forego Birthday presents and ask for donations instead!


Free! Every time you shop 0.5% of your purchases will be donated to Companions for Children.


For those who can give monthly to support our youth mentoring programs.


Support our fundraising efforts and make the most of your marketing dollars.

School Based

Sponsors help make Companions for Children's school-based programs possible! Companions for Children has two school-based programs; Lunch Pals and Pen Pals. Both programs provide mentors to children during the school day. The sponsorship is $2,000. Please reach out for more detailed information.


Planning a legacy donation? Reach out to discuss our Endowment Fund with St. Joseph's Community Health Foundation.

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