By donating to the Life, Well Run campaign, your organization is making a commitment to effective, efficient, and ethical local government.

As a Life, Well Run supporter, your organization partners directly, tangibly, and visibly with the people working to make the communities where we live places we’re proud to call home.

Become a Partner

As a Corporate Partner, Your Organization Will:

Connect With and Support Professional Managers

Professional managers are the driving force behind successful and sustainable communities. By joining the campaign, your company will advocate for and speak directly to this hard-working, service-minded group.

Help Elected Officials Better Serve Their Communities

Many politicians do not fully understand the value a professional manager brings to their community. Corporate partners of the Life, Well Run campaign can help elected officials better serve their constituents by making sure they understand the valuable resource available to them in professional managers.

Invest in and Connect With the Next Generation of Local Government Professional Managers

A donation to the Life, Well Run campaign adds your organization’s name to the effort to promote professional management as a vital and exciting career for the best and the brightest young people. Your organization can make early and lasting connections with the individuals who will one day shape our future.

Join the Conversation About the Future of Our Communities

Life, Well Run brings together the people who will decide the future of our nation’s towns, cities, and counties.

As a corporate partner, you will join elected officials; civic, business, and philanthropic leaders; thought leaders; young people; and managers themselves in creating a vision for your community both for today and tomorrow.

There is no better way to show your organization’s commitment to strengthening communities than by becoming a Life, Well Run corporate partner.

To Become a Partner or Learn More, Contact

Erin Carr
Development Manager
202.962.3501
ecarr@icma.org