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Community Outreach Partners Joins Forces with Players Philanthropy Fund as Its Fiscal Sponsor

Community Outreach Partners (COMORP), through its charitable arm, Community Outreach Partners Foundation (COPF), is excited to announce a new partnership with the Players Philanthropy Fund (PPF) that will help the organization reach more people and communities.

At Community Outreach Partners (COMORP), we use the power of relationships: working directly with community organizations and young people, connecting businesses to community organizations, and creating links between businesses to achieve our mission. With partners like (PPF), we can offer transformational services that have a greater impact on our communities.

When Jack Sundberg founded COMORP in 2016, he had one goal: to serve people in need. “We will do anything for anybody, and creating this new foundation allows us to follow through on this goal,” he says.

With the recent, exciting partnership with PPF, COMORP created COPF and achieved 501c status through PPF’s fiscal sponsorship. The team at COMORP is grateful to PPF for providing them with this opportunity.

“This partnership allows us to work directly with the community organizations and young people to connect and build relationships between the two in order to achieve our overall mission,” says Jack Sundberg, Executive Director. “Our mission to use the power of Relationships.”

As stated on the PPF.org, the Players Philanthropy Fund is a public charity that allows athletes, entertainers, corporations, and individuals to create a dedicated fund that can accept tax-deductible contributions in support of any qualified charitable mission.

PFF handles all administrative and financial matters for organizations like COMORP, allowing foundations to focus their energy and efforts solely on furthering their mission. PPF utilizes the best ethical practices in working with the companies it serves. For more information on PPF, click here .

Community Outreach Partners would like to say thank you to PPF for this partnership and helping further their mission to reach as many people and communities as they can. The team is excited about the future and to become one step closer to providing the impact they dreamed of when founding this organization.

For more information on this news please contact Carolyn Rodgers, Communications Manager, carolyn@comorp.org.

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