Gallaudet University has a long history of working with corporate sponsors. We value their support in advancing the mission and providing various opportunities for students. It is the responsibility of the Development Office to foster productive and rewarding experiences for our corporate friends and the university. Key to this responsibility is being aware of sponsorship-related activities (e.g., people on campus contacting potential sponsors or being approached by companies interested in sponsoring an event, program, or project).
The Development Office wants to encourage and support efforts to garner sponsorships and to help optimize such opportunities on campus. For students, faculty, and staff, when engaged in a possible sponsorship opportunity, it is required to inform the Development Office. You can do this by simply sending an email to email@example.com with the following information:
• Corporations expecting to contact/or have been contacted by
• Corporate personnel in touch with - names, positions, contact information
• Type of sponsorship and activity
• When and where
• Expected/desired amount
• Student/faculty/staff group and contact
After receiving the above information, we will contact you and discuss how we can best support your efforts.
Johnson Scholarship Foundation
The Johnson Scholarship Foundation and Gallaudet has partnered together since 1992 to provide for scholarships and internships opportunities for students.
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
Gallaudet is thankful for the generous support provided by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support presidential initiatives, the expansion of the Gallaudet Video Library, and other University priorities.
The Charlotte W. Newcombe Foundation
Since 1981, the Newcombe Foundation has provided support to the Office for Students with Disabilities, scholarships, and internship opportunities.
The Nippon Foundation is headquartered in Japan. Gallaudet and Nippon Foundation has been partners since 1993. For the last 17 years, the Nippon Foundation has generously contributed to provide scholarships for international students to attend Gallaudet, and to learn the knowledge and skills that they can employ back in their home countries.
Sorenson Communications, Inc.
Sorenson Communications was instrumental in building the James Lee Sorenson Language and Communication Center (SLCC). The SLCC is the home for the Department of American Sign Language and Deaf Studies, Department of Communication Studies, Department of Hearing, Speech, and Language Sciences and its Hearing and Speech Center, Department of Linguistics, and the Visual Language and Visual Learning program.
At Gallaudet, there are many different exciting programs and initiatives to support. Please contact us for more details on how your corporation or foundation can make a lasting impact at Gallaudet and for our students.