Community Sponsorships

Featured Sponsorships

We strive to align our corporate giving with our company's mission and goals. Our extensive and award-winning sponsorship program supports a host of organizations, activities, and events, including those related to:

  • Disease awareness, prevention, and treatment
  • Community health and wellness
  • Safety net initiatives and organizations
  • Fitness for all ages
  • Youth development
  • Education and the cultural arts
  • The disabled and elderly
  • Economic development
  • College athletics

Listed below are just a few of the initiatives and organizations we support.

CDPHP Cycle!

CDPHP CycleDebuting in the summer of 2017, CDPHP Cycle! underscores our commitment to improving the health and well-being of our community. Co-sponsored by Capital District Transportation Authority (CDTA), the bike share program offers Capital Region residents a healthy, eco-friendly, and affordable transportation alternative.

Addressing Food Insecurity in the Community

The impact of hunger on health is significant, taking a toll on physical and mental health, as well as learning ability, particularly in children. In urban areas, it can be extremely difficult to access affordable fresh fruits and vegetables, leaving residents at risk for obesity, diabetes, and other nutrition-related conditions. That’s why CDPHP is sponsoring the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York’s Patroon Land Farm, which will grow and distribute a variety of produce to feed the poor and hungry.

Fitness in the Park

yoga in the parkCDPHP is taking its focus on fitness to the community by sponsoring Sunday morning yoga, boot camp, and Zumba classes at Riverfront Park in Troy from June 26 through August 28. We also offer free wellness and fitness classes at numerous locations in our service area throughout the year.


Supporting Individuals with Disabilities

living resourcesEveryone has a dream, and CDPHP is pleased to help those served by Living Resources realize their personal goals. Through our sponsorship of their employment program and Art of Independence event, we hope to enable individuals with disabilities due to birth trauma, accident, or illness to reach their full potential and find fulfillment in their work.

Fresh Produce on Wheels

Veggie MobileCDPHP is the primary corporate sponsor of the Capital Roots Veggie Mobile® and its smaller offshoot, the Capital Roots Veggie Mobile® Sprout. These colorful, one-of-a-kind “produce aisles on wheels” deliver fresh, nutritious, and affordable fruits and vegetables year-round to Capital District neighborhoods that lack a full-service grocery store or convenient transportation to stores offering fresh produce. The program’s objectives dovetail perfectly with our company’s goal of promoting health and wellness among our members and the community at large.

Preparing Students for Success

sponsor a scholarCDPHP is partnering with Capital Region Sponsor-a-Scholar to support its Pathways to College program, which will help 208 public high school students in Albany, Troy, and Schenectady graduate and go on to college to earn a degree. The program ensures that these students have the academic, mentoring, and financial support they need for success in college and beyond.

Promoting the Arts

promoting the arts

The arts contribute greatly to the vibrancy of a community. For that reason, CDPHP supports a host of cultural and artistic initiatives and organizations that reach diverse audiences. These include:

• Performances presented by several area organizations and venues such as the Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Proctors, The Empire State Center for the Performing Arts (The Egg), The Palace Theatre, Capital Repertory Theatre, Park Playhouse, Troy Music Hall, and the Albany Symphony Orchestra

• Community libraries

• High school drama troupes

• Museums, arts education, and historical sites, including Yaddo, the Arts Center of the Capital Region, and the Albany Institute of History and Art