We love building relationships with local organisations. If your company wants to support a local charity who’ll make a direct, positive impact on your community and keep you involved, this is the one.
We’re all about employability, community involvement and giving young people access to new opportunities.
Not only will your donations keep us recruiting and supporting mentors, but our young people will know local businesses care about helping them thrive.
It costs about £1,200 to train and support each mentor.
We’ll keep you in touch with progress and invite you to attend a celebration event at the end of the year.
Could your company pledge £100 per month to sponsor one mentor in their work with a young person – or maybe more than one?
If your company chooses to give directly from a charity budget, we’ll ensure it’s spent exactly as set out here, and keep you updated on the impact you’re having on young people’s lives.
As you’ll know, donations to registered charities qualify for Corporation Tax relief.
Many of our corporate supporters run regular fundraising events ensuring everyone can get involved. They range from easy stuff like cake sales to the most out-there charity challenges – and if sky-diving, assault courses or mountain treks appeal, we can help arrange these through a reputable supplier.
Please, do let us know if you’re planning an event or sponsored challenge so we can let everyone know – and don’t forget to send us photographs!
We have bonded charity places in the Bath Half Marathon – minimum fundraising £175 per runner. We really look after our runners, in a dedicated marquee. How about entering a company team?
We’re not some huge and faceless organisation, we’re right here making it all happen. If you’d like to meet some of our young people, contribute to vocational activities, join us for events or donate time in kind, that’s great – just to the extent that works for you and your company.
With all our corporate supporters, we are keen to acknowledge their involvement online and in print, if that’s OK with you.
If we can come in and talk to your team about our work to encourage skills-building involvement and volunteering, please let us know.