For companies Become a Business Partner

Why should you be involved?
This is a chance to change the way we think and create welfare societies even in the world’s poorest regions – with a business model with profit for all.
Moving beyond charity and using entrepreneurial drive, commercial power and knowledge, you can make a difference.
Join our team of doers.

View our current partners.

Select a sponsorship level

Choose a sponsor level that suits your business. Or if you are new to us, why not a “get to know Yennenga” start-package? Contact us for more information on what the different levels contain.

Yennenga company matching

We help you find a project or part of a project that matches your own core business or core values, which you can support and follow over time, both by funding, exchange programs and know-how.

Yennenga Business events

The company events gives you continues education in sustainability and tips on how you as a company can contribute to the Global goals both within your company and through Yennenga Progress - and you can also chose to host your own.

The mission to create welfare

Yennenga acts on the basis of the UN’s 17 development goals, where responsibility for creating global sustainable development lies with all actors; civil society, business, government and state, no matter where in the world they are. “ The good village” and its results are gaining attention, inspiring more people to try and create the good village in other places. Yennenga Progress offers companies, organizations and individuals the opportunity to engage in work that provides concrete results in the further development of welfare societies. Now you can join us too!

Long-term partnerships with our sponsoring companies provide capacity for continued development and financial stability. The partnership also gives the companies that support us more dimensions of active work to support the global goals! Looking forward collaborating with you!

Suggestions for companies

How to get co-workers and customers involved.

  • That the companies' co-workers donate "hours" to Yennenga, as an organisation, or any particular activity to contribute to with their competence.
  • For example via an "impact day" where the co-workers get a day to do specific assignments.
  • That companies use gift cards/diplomas that sponsor Yennengas various projects. They can be gifted as a thank you, instead of flowers or other type of gifts, to orators and guests at events.
  • That companies during their usual activity arrange campaigns/courses/events where a certain amount of money goes to Yennenga.
  • That companies propose to their co-workers for them to have money withdrawn from their salary and donated to any chosen project or i.e. school sponsorship ( withdrawn directly from the payroll by the company's administration and sent to Yennenga).
  • That the companies propose to x employees to have a week's visit to The Good Village, get to know the different projects and, while there, even contribute with some volunteering.
  • That companies' sponsor a salary or an education in their own field – which is a engaging committment and easy way to communicate the company's involvement /intention both internally and externally.