Founded in 1964, United Companies is a privately owned corporation headquartered in Evansville, Indiana. It is comprised of United Leasing & Finance, Professional Transportation, Inc., and the Romain Automotive Group (Romain Cross Pointe Auto Park and Terre Haute Chevrolet.) Together, United Companies’ business units are dedicated to helping our communities prosper.
Our Corporate Giving Program supports an assortment of registered non-profit organizations that focuses on United Companies’ priority areas including:
- Community Business Development
- Community Health and Wellness
- Community Literacy and Education Initiatives
Considerations and Restrictions
United Companies gives greater consideration to requests that effectively work with existing community resources, has United Companies’ employee involvement and/or a working business relationship with United Companies, and has a detailed plan for the sponsorship dollars with the ability to produce positive results.
Given the significant number of sponsorship/donation requests received, United Companies typically does not contribute to, or sponsor, the following:
- Organizations with limited availability to the general public
- Religious organizations except in support of specific programs that meet priority areas
- Individuals or programs that benefit specific individuals
- Third-party solicitations
Guidelines for Submitting Corporate Giving Proposal
- Proposals are accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year. Past recipients are asked to apply annually
- Requests must be from registered 501(c)3 non-profit organizations that serve our priority areas
- The organization must be located in and serve communities where United Companies has a significant presence
In order for us to evaluate each opportunity, requests must be submitted online through the application below. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Before submitting your request, please consider which business unit you are seeking sponsorship from and identify the business unit on the application.