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Corporate fundraising

Corporate fundraising

There are many ways that companies and their employees can help Grace House and be associated with our cause

Adopting us as your Company's Charity of the Year

Many companies are now choosing to adopt a charity of the year. This can help focus your staff or charity committee's fundraising efforts while making a substantial difference to the charity of your choice. We will work with you as much as possible to support you throughout the year.

Tesco Finance have announced that Grace House will be their Charity of the Year for 2015/16. And they have gone all out to raise awareness with this fabulous branding of the building.

Corporate Sponsorship

We have many fantastic events throughout the year that have sponsorship opportunities. Packages start from £100.

Payroll giving

Give as you earn enables your employees to make a donation to our appeal directly from their salary. Whether you have an existing scheme or would like to implement one - we can help.

Gifts in Kind

As well as making donations some companies help by donating gifts in kind. Whether it be advertising space, equipment or auction and raffle prizes we would like to hear from you.

Match funding

Is one of your employees taking part in an event this year to raise funds for Grace House? Find out how match funding can maximise the impact of their efforts.

Give your staff's time

You can support Grace House by enabling some of your employees to give us their time. Typically, a group of staff come to Grace House at an agreed date and time, and help us launch, progress or complete a key project.

Please email or telephone 0191 5252885 and we would be glad to meet up to discuss further

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