We would be happy to support you in this and publicise your fundraising efforts, so please get in touch and contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you decide to help us
We know local businesses have a vested interest in the well-being of the communities in which they operate and where our clients live. Social responsibility does not need a huge budget and yet provides so much. Your support could come in a variety of ways, Lowell Financial donated enough chocolate at Easter this year that we could give all our Young Peoples service users an Easter Egg. At Christmas Spawforth Architects gave a donation that allowed us to pay for those we support who live alone in the community housing we provide transport costs to attend Christmas dinner at a central location. Alleviating their loneliness at this time of year.
- undertake a sponsored activity to raise funds for us.
- Match fund one of our sponsored activities
- Donate items for our clients
- Donate raffle prizes
- Encourage your staff to set up regular direct debit donations
- Place an advert in our newsletters for a donation
And these are only suggestions, there are many ways you could help us and if you would like to do something different, please get in touch and we’ll be happy to talk to you.
Research has shown that the chance for employees to be involved in charitable activity increases engagement, retention and job satisfaction and has a positive effect on your employer brand and recruitment. We would also invite you and your team to our fun day events, where you can talk to the staff who provide our services and find out what your support is doing. Supporting a local charity can give you and your staff a sense of fulfilment, as they are actively making a difference in their community.
You would also get great PR opportunities including, inviting you to our events, mentioning you as a supporter in our newsletters, on our social media and in any press releases we put out. All of which would support your brand image as an organisation that gives back to the community and you to reach a wider audience.
To find out how your company can make a difference email Paul Belbin, Development & Communications Manager at: email@example.com
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