Corporate and business support is essential to St Loye’s Foundation – without you we simply couldn’t do our job!
We rely on you to help us to move our disabled and disadvantaged clients into employment. You also give help in many other ways; your time, making introductions, influencing others.
Giving to St Loye’s Foundation is a win-win relationship.
By working together your business will benefit from:
PR and Branding – Raising public awareness, enhancing your reputation, creating press and media coverage, re-enforcing brand values, promoting local/regional links, demonstrating corporate social responsibility.
Sales and Marketing – Increased sales, product placement, reaching new audiences, co-branding, capitalising on local events, cause-related marketing, and increased edge over competitors, recycling and clearance of goods.
Consider these Consumer Facts – 78% adults said they’d be more likely to buy a product associated with a cause they care about, 66% said they would switch brands, 62% said they’d switch retailers to support a cause, 54% claimed they would pay more for a product to support a cause they cared for.
So, what could your company do?
Perhaps a ‘Gift in Kind’ – a piece of equipment, some service we would normally pay for, or even a prize for a raffle – all are always extremely welcome. And, importantly, you can give a monetary gift. A monetary gift, however small, is greatly appreciated and put to very good use.
1. Charity of the Year
2. A Donation from Company accounts – (tax effective)
3. Create a Named Fund – See Individual Giving for details
4. A Donation from Company charity funds/charitable Trust/Foundation
5. Sponsorship of leaflets, publicity, events
6. Match-fund donations made by your staff
7. Give as you Earn scheme through your payroll – we can help and claim an extra 25% through gift aid!
8. Share Gift
9. Hold your own events or sponsor ours and raise some money.
10. Have a promotion on goods or services and raise some money. E.g. use cause related marketing to increase sales on a product and donate part of the revenue to St Loye’s.
11. Get involved in a team challenge and get sponsored – great for some good press coverage and teambuilding within your business.
12. Have a fund-raising collection.
If you have staff, get them involved, there are benefits there too!
Raise job satisfaction
Boost staff morale
Develop individual skills, spot potential creativity or leadership skills
Team building opportunities
Aid recruitment and retention
We rely on the support and donations received from individuals, groups and companies to help us in our work.
For all enquiries please contact Fundraising:
01392 255428 | email@example.com