Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Go Daddy Cares

Go Daddy is proud of its long history of charitable patronage and supporting the communities that its employees call home.

During the past three years, Go Daddy’s philanthropic works supported a wide variety of charitable and community organizations dedicated to such causes as domestic violence, child abuse, blind children, teenage homelessness, animal shelters and more. Major recipients of Go Daddy contributions over the past several years include the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, The Emily Center at Phoenix Children’s Hospital, the Arizona Humane Society, the Child Crisis Center of Arizona, Chrysalis, and the Salvation Army.

Go Daddy’s employees have also participated in a series of events to raise money for charitable causes. In 2010, more than 900 Go Daddy employees participated in the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation’s Walk to Cure Diabetes in Tempe, and Glendale, AZ. Other Go Daddy employee efforts have included the annual Every Kid Counts drive, as well as donations to St. Mary’s Food Bank during the holiday season.

How to Apply - If you represent a charitable organization or cause which you believe Go Daddy should support, please complete the Go Daddy Cares application.

Go Daddy will review and consider all applications and will request more information if required. All applicants will receive a written notification regarding Go Daddy’s decision about their request.

Please keep in mind that Go Daddy receives a large number of requests. Accordingly, please submit the Go Daddy Charity Application Form well in advance of your need for funding so as to provide Go Daddy sufficient time to fully consider your application.

BETF is willing to partner with any interested local chapter or national business area VP to seek funding from these folks. I imagine it would be best if your chapter registers its domain with Go Daddy, huh?! Anyhow, we operate on a first-come; first-serve basis. So don't procrastinate in your response.

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