Corporate engagements with GK vary in breadth and in depth, where their corporate vision and their available resources guide the way they participate in the work of GK.
- As part of their corporate social responsibility program or through their foundation, the company builds a GK village for 30-50 families. Their employees are encouraged to take part in building the community, hand-in-hand with other volunteers and the Kapitbahayan (future community residents). After the houses are built, the company continues their engagement by supporting the other programs implemented in the community such as health, child and youth development or food sufficiency.
- Companies can likewise support GK communities through its other programs besides community infrastructure (building of the houses). This is especially relevant for companies whose core business or corporate vision is naturally inclined towards a specific program (e.g., a pharmaceutical company engaging in the health program).
- GK can likewise be taken on as a legitimate employee program, where there is a year-round (or one-time) volunteer activity in their adopted GK village. It can even be incorporated in a special career advancement program within the organization (e.g., a management-trainee program). Corporations see this as a way to build corporate values and enhance corporate culture while building public goodwill outside the confines of their offices.
- As participation through certain key GK events (like the annual GK1MB Bayani Challenge), companies can officially send teams of their employees. This symbolizes their strong commitment and support to the work of GK while providing their employees with various opportunities to deepen their social awareness.