For the WCA, partnerships are vital both within the nonprofit arena and within the business community. The WCA’s Corporate Pillars program helps create partnerships with Treasure Valley businesses.The WCA has been extremely fortunate to have the Idaho Statesman’s sponsorship for over 15 years. The Idaho Statesman has been a marvelous advocate for the WCA’s work in the community, creating compelling advertisements for such events as our annual TWIN Awards luncheon and our Chandler Father’s Day Man Brunch.
”We are proud to support the WCA’s vision to foster a community where individuals thrive in safe, healthy relationships,” said Mike Jung, the Idaho Statesman’s President and Publisher. “Our sponsorship of the WCA not only helps to support a community need, but it also allows us an opportunity to recognize leaders in our workplace and community through participation in their Tribute to Women and Industry (TWIN) program.”
The Idaho Statesman is committed to quality journalism and is the most widely read media company in the state of Idaho, reaching over 272,000 Treasure Valley adults each month.
“We are grateful to the Idaho Statesman for its continued support. Our partnership allows us the opportunity to extend our reach within the community. We could not do the important work we do without the support of outstanding partners like the Idaho Statesman,” said Lisa Uhlmann, WCA Corporate Pillars Manager.For more information on our Corporate Pillars program, please go to www.wcaboise.org or call Lisa Uhlmann at 208.343.3688 ext. 45.