Our Partners

Working Together for Parents

ParentFurther partners with several national corporations and organizations to bring you the practical advice and guidance provided on this Web site. Read on to find out more about our partners and find links to their Web sites.

The General Mills Foundation partners with Search Institute to conduct cutting-edge research on the strengths of America’s families. This commitment builds on its commitment to enrich the lives of children and families and enhance the health and vitality of neighborhoods and cities around the world. Since the General Mills Foundation was created, it has awarded more than $420 million to nonprofit organizations and helped more than 4.4 million kids lead healthy, active lives. To learn more, visit General Mills online. www.generalmills.com www.facebook.com/GeneralMillsGives
Capital One partners with Search Institute to enhance financial literacy and competence among parents and teenagers, including sponsorship of the Kids and Money section of ParentFurther.com. This partnership reflects Capital One’s commitment to helping consumers make better decisions about their personal finances by developing innovative ways to teach the basics of money management to students and families. www.capitalone.com
MillerCoors sponsors ParentFurther.com as part of its corporate social responsibility efforts to reduce underage drinking. MillerCoors supports parents in building assets, recognizing that teens with more Developmental Assets are less likely to engage in high-risk behaviors, including underage drinking. In addition to general support for ParentFurther.com, MillerCoors sponsors the information on this site to help parents prevent underage drinking. This partnership began in 2005 with Coors Brewing Company, the founding partner for MVParents.com. Learn more about the MillerCoors – ParentFurther partnership > www.greatbeergreatresponsibility.com
Altria’s tobacco companies, including Philip Morris USA, U.S. Smokeless Tobacco Co. and John Middleton Co., are committed to helping prevent underage tobacco use. Recognizing that parents play an important role in their child’s decision not to smoke or use other tobacco products, the companies are funding the Search Institute to support the development of ParentFurther in order to provide parents and other caring adults with information on a range of risky behaviors, including tobacco use. www.altria.com www.philipmorrisusa.com www.ussmokeless.com www.johnmiddletonco.com