by sophie | 18 April 2017 08:48
Each partnership we create varies according to the organisation involved. We can provide help with marketing and our Sun Safety for Staff training day is always a popular request.
Strategic partnerships – link your organisation’s objectives whilst supporting Melanoma Focus in the fight against melanoma. Do so in the knowledge that you will be making a difference by improving outcomes for people living with melanoma today and in the future.
Hold a fundraising event – a workplace coffee morning, bakeoff, ball or a dress in yellow day is great for office morale.
Enter a team – we offer discounted places for our challenge events and welcome corporate teams taking part.
Gifts in kind – prizes for raffles or space for a fundraiser can have a big impact on our work at very little cost to you.
Project sponsorship – it is sometimes possible to arrange exclusive sponsorships of one of our projects which offers significant profiling to our audience base.
Charity of the year – nominate us as your organisation’s charity partner and we can support your staff with their fundraising and help put plans in place.
Voluntary or Pro bono work – we always need cheerers at our fundraising events, we also value specialist skills such as design, editorial and coding; we are always grateful for an offer of time.
Payroll Giving – easy and effective, Payroll Giving donations are taken before tax providing immediate tax relief on any donations that are made.
Set up a match funding scheme – let your employees know that you will match the funds they raise for us, it’s a great incentive to raise more…
Make a donation – we appreciate all donations, large and small. Every penny received helps us to commission and fund innovative research, while providing support and information for patients, carers and healthcare professionals.
Please get in touch to find out more about any of the ideas above or discuss other options – firstname.lastname@example.org
Source URL: https://melanomafocus.com/fundraising/corporate-partnerships/
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