Business Sponsorship Opportunities at Goodwill

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Goodwill
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A pharmacist with more than a decade of experience, Dr. Ashkan Khabazian serves as Lead Emergency Department Clinical Pharmacist at Sharp Memorial Hospital in San Diego. Outside of work, Dr. Ashkan Khabazian contributes to several charitable organizations, including Goodwill.

While Goodwill provides opportunities for individuals to donate, it also offers sponsorship opportunities to businesses. By sponsoring Goodwill, businesses can align with the well-known Goodwill brand and boost their sales revenue by reaching new audiences. Businesses that sponsor the organization also benefit from access to Goodwill decision makers, who can facilitate relationships with local Goodwill agencies and other Goodwill-affiliated businesses.

Business interested in an annual sponsorship can choose from four levels: bronze at $10,000, silver at $20,000, gold at $30,000, and platinum at $50,000. Annual sponsorships allow businesses to attend four or five meetings per year. Each level comes with unique benefits, including greater exposure through digital and print event marketing materials.

Businesses can also choose to sponsor an individual Goodwill event. To learn more about these sponsorship opportunities, visit www.goodwill.org.

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St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital’s Partners in Hope Program

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Partners in Hope Program
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In his role as Emergency Department Clinical Pharmacist at Sharp Memorial Hospital in San Diego, Ashkan Khabazian, PharmD, works with physicians to select the proper medications for patients . Also involved in charitable giving, Dr. Ashkan Khabazian donates to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital offers numerous ways for contributors to get involved in its work with children. One such way is through the Partners in Hope program. By participating in the program, monthly donors can help alleviate the cost of health care for children with life-altering diseases. Donations help provide children access to leading-edge treatments, such as proton therapy, which is the safest and most powerful treatment for cancer in children.

By participating in the Partners in Hope program, donors contribute not only to treatment but also to research initiatives, such as the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital-Washington University Pediatric Cancer Genome Project. Through this groundbreaking project, St. Jude’s has sequenced more than 700 types of cancer that affect children.