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The reciprocal value of business, nonprofit partnerships

by Michael Polzella

National chains and local shops alike often help nonprofits in their community with fundraisers or events that generate awareness for their cause.

For instance, local fitness studios hold donation classes and create programs to make their services more affordable. In an effort to make yoga more accessible, Dragon Fly Yoga in Madison donates five class passes each month with 20 sessions included.

Local restaurants also give back through donation nights. Saz’s Hospitality Group donates to local charities monthly and also holds its own “BigWigs” events where the company raises money for breast cancer screenings and preventative care throughout the area.

Paige Pichler

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