For Momentum helps diversify your funding mix with corporate partnerships that make a difference. We work with your current staff - or serve as that staff - to build integrated long-term relationships
For Momentum enhances your corporate image while driving real business results. We design strategies that enable you to efficiently achieve key corporate goals while benefitting a worthy cause - all within your budgetary price point.
Cause marketing is an essential element in today's integrated marketing plan. For Momentum collaborates with you to deliver cause initiatives for your clients. We work with you to round out your full-service menu of offerings.
Strengthening business while positively impacting society has never been more important - or more attainable. For Momentum offers end-to-end cause partnership solutions.
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Mollye and For Momentum have been amazing strategic partners for the Arthritis Foundation. [The] work is thorough, relevant and extremely strategic. We continue to engage her because she delivers what she says she is going to and exceeds our expectations. If your company has not worked with [For Momentum] you are missing out!"

Meagan Fulmer
Chief Development Officer
Arthritis Foundation

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Mollye Rhea on Cause Talk Radio

Episode 126: What Companies Want from a Nonprofit Partner
Recorded July 2015

Sharing insights from For Momentum's 2015 Corporate Partner Survey, Mollye Rhea talks to Megan Strand and Joe Waters about what companies really want from their nonprofit partners. 

In this episode of Cause Talk Radio, Mollye, Megan and Joe discuss:
  • How the most common question clients asked For Momentum became the basis for the survey.
  • What hunches did the survey legitimize? What answers surprised For Momentum?
  • How companies are shifting their interest in nonprofits from a sales focus to a genuine interest in social impact. 
  • How companies are looking for good nonprofit partners and are eager to work with more than one partner.
  • How brand alignment, awareness are driving factors for partnerships.
  • How the tremendous growth in the social good movement has given nonprofits an unprecedented and powerful opportunity with businesses.
  • Mollye's thoughts on what nonprofits need to do to engage companies.
  • The biggest mistakes nonprofits make when they call on a company.
Listen to "Episode 126: What Companies Want from a Nonprofit Partner"