Foodblessed ‘Blessed Partner’

October 20th, 2016 Posted by Volunteer Opportunities No Comment yet

A lot of times the terms “sponsorships” and “partnerships” are thrown around and used interchangeably but does the wording that properties/brands use reflect how they actually see their relationships? Should we be moving towards the use of partnerships (which imply that both sides benefit) and away from sponsorships (which unfortunately has not been very well explained to the general public)? We don’t know about you but at FoodBlessed, we certainly think so. We believe that having strong partnerships bring benefit to both sides over the long run when compared to short term sponsorships and while we do both we always hope one-time sponsorship build up to become long-term partnerships!
Zaatar W Zeit ZwZ is among our oldest and most beloved BLESSED partners. They are a great example of what partnership is all about! They have been supporting our cause since day one and we wouldn’t trade their partnership for anything. But ZwZ is one example among many. Over the years, we’ve built strong partnerships with restaurants like T-marbouta, Em Sherif, Lunch Bag badaro, Brocheta among other restaurants, partnered with big companies such as Lebanese Food and Drug Corporation, Meptico,Vincent Lb, ifp, itg and Vincenti among others. Other partners of ours include Beirut By Bike. We’ve also partnered with the Lebanese American University, American University of Beirut, Beirut Arab University among others and the International community school, ACS, and other schools. MAKE sure you check our blessed partners section for more listings!
Would you like to donate your unsold surplus products or products close to expiry date? You got surplus food from your event or wedding or business meeting or as a restaurant or hotel have lots of extra food at the end of the day that you end up throwing away? Why not donate that to us?

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