Together, we can end ovarian cancer. Creating a Corporate Partnership with OCRFA as the beneficiary provides an excellent opportunity to demonstrate your company’s values and commitment to supporting women and life-saving research.
We will help you design a unique campaign highlighting your company’s commitment to women’s health, and improving the lives of everyone touched by this disease. The first step is to complete and submit a proposal. All companies and brands wishing to use OCRFA trademarks, logo and name, must complete and submit a proposal.
Meeting your business objectives is just as important to us as ensuring that we support programs and campaigns that are in line with our mission. We invite you to View and download our Corporate Partnership Guidelines to see if your company is a good fit. We receive many offers for corporate partnerships and we would like to support every program; regrettably, we are not able to do so.
- Alignment with our mission and vision.
- A minimum of one year in business is required.
- A guaranteed financial commitment based on the company, program, timing and partnership deliverables needed. Please see Corporate Partnership Proposal Form for more information.
- Mailing Lists: OCRFA cannot agree to sell, loan or distribute its mailing addresses.
- Celebrities: We are unable to secure celebrities for promotional purposes.
- OCRFA does not sell partners’ products or services on this website. We may describe and link to partners’ products and services on your website for the public to purchase.
- Business categories we do not currently accept proposals from:
- Alcoholic beverages
- Tobacco products
OCRFA owns certain trademarks, including the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund Alliance name and logo. Corporate partners may use OCRFA registered marks only if there is a fully executed Cause Marketing Agreement.
Cause-related marketing programs that benefit OCRFA are regulated by the Better Business Bureau Wise Giving Alliance Standards for Charity Accountability as well as by applicable state commercial co-venture laws. Their regulations require full disclosure to the consumer regarding the benefit to the charity when donations are raised through a consumer purchase. The disclosure statement should appear on all packaging, social, digital and promotional materials in clear and unambiguous terms. Transparency is mandatory. If your program is accepted, OCRFA will work with your company to suggest appropriate disclosure language.
Learn more about the BBB Standards (including Standard 19, specifically addressing cause-related marketing promotions).
All cause-marketing programs to benefit OCRFA must follow all applicable state laws. Specific requirements for commercial co-ventures vary from state to state. We cannot provide legal advice, and we encourage partners to seek their own legal counsel.