Supporting a local charity for disabled children such as Chiltern Centre is a worthwhile way your company can give something back to the community – to make a real difference to the lives of young people living with disabilities in the local area. You not only have the chance to achieve your corporate social responsibility goals, but can take enormous pride in raising money for children who really value your support.
There are endless ways companies can get involved in supporting the Chiltern Centre’s work with caring for disabled children. From a simple dress down day, taking part in one of our events, setting up a Give as You Earn Scheme, volunteering or choosing Chiltern Centre as your Charity of the Year, you can be sure that any funds you raise will have a life-changing impact on the lives of local families.
Why choose The Chiltern Centre?
- As a respected local charity, many businesses of all sizes from blue chip companies to small organisations choose to support us. Because every company has different goals, we work with you to understand and meet your needs.
- We can support you with your fundraising endeavours:
- We share plenty of great fundraising ideas and advice
- Whatever fundraising event materials needed such as posters, stickers, balloons, t-shirts and collection boxes, we supply them
- Promote your company through our newsletter and on our website
- We can provide you with a breakdown of exactly how your money helps care for disabled children
- Help generate media and publicity support to show you are meeting your corporate social responsibility and giving something back to the local community
- It’s a rewarding, fun way to help Chiltern Centre make a real difference
For a chat about how your company can get involved, please contact Jane Ainslie or Liz Deacon on 01491 575575 or email email@example.com.
So what’s in it for you?
As well as an enjoyable, uplifting experience, supporting Chiltern Centre brings numerous long-lasting company benefits. Your support can:
- • Enhance your organisation’s image with staff, suppliers, customers and the local community. ”Supporting a good cause is a proven way to attract and retain customers – 51% of the British public chose a product or service because of responsible reputation.” The Ethical Consumer, MORI/Co-operative Bank
- Generate positive publicity and PR coverage through the Chiltern Centre’s high local media profile.
- Be great fun for employees and a fantastic team builder opportunity, boosting staff morale, motivation, retention and team-working skills.
- Encourage job-related skills (team building, volunteering opportunities, project management and planning skills, improved consumer relations)
There are so many opportunities to work together…
- Company donations
- Nominate us as your charity of the year
- Payroll giving
- In-kind Support
Charity of the Year
Adopting the Chiltern Centre as your charity of the year is a truly fantastic way to motivate and engage your employees – as well as support a local disabled charity which counts on support such as yours.
By working together to find the partnership to suit us both, we’ll help you create a programme of events and fundraising initiatives you and your employees can take part in throughout the year.
An experienced fundraiser will be on-hand to give you expert advice and day-to-day support, as well as any promotional materials you need to make your fundraising event a success.
So go on, why not make a real difference to disabled children’s lives today? Select us as your Charity of the Year and just imagine what we can achieve together! To find out how to make Chiltern Centre your charity of the year contact Jane Ainslie on 01491 575575 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Payroll giving is a simple way to help care for disabled children every month of the year! In fact, regular donations from your pay is a quick, hassle-free way to help Chiltern Centre continue to offer vital disability services across the Thames Valley and South Oxfordshire. To us, regular funding is an essential source of income helping us plan ahead and make sure families who most need help can continue to access our care services.
Because a donation is made before tax deductions, it is one of the most tax-efficient ways to support our disabled children’s charity. This means a monthly gift of just £10 straight out of your salary only costs you £7.80 – or £6 for higher rate tax payers.
You can give any amount you wish and can change or stop donations at any time by giving your payroll department one month’s notice. Once you’ve authorised your employer to deduct a regular amount from your pay, you’ll have the satisfaction of knowing you’re helping to make the lives of disabled children and their families that bit easier.
How to help: If you want to make a difference, simply ask your Payroll or HR department if they already operate a payroll-giving scheme and, if so, how to sign up. If not, then ask if they could set one up by contacting Charities Aid Foundation (CAF).
To find out more about supporting The Chiltern Centre through Payroll Giving please contact Jane Ainslie on 01491 575575 or email email@example.com.