How companies can help

The experienced Corporate Partnerships team at Combat Stress works with businesses across a variety of industry sectors. We are committed to working with our partners to generate tailored fundraising initiatives and make things happen, whatever or wherever your business.

Your dedicated account manager will make fundraising easy, whether or not your company has worked with a charity before. There are many ways you can get involved:

 

Charity of the Year

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Sainsbury’s Central Retail Team chose Combat Stress as their charity partner for 2016/17.  Staff have held various fundraising events throughout the year including BBQ’s, bake sales, various challenge events and a golf day.

Logo _Fidelity

Fidelity International chose Combat Stress as their 2016/17 Kingswood charity partner along with two other locally based charities.  As well as employee based events including ‘batter the boss’, Fidelity employees have volunteered at the Leatherhead treatment centre. 

Leonardo

Leonardo Apprentices have been supporting Combat Stress since 2014 across all three of their UK sites.  The Apprentices have hosted veteran art exhibitions, have participated in the annual Santa Run and even washed their colleague’s cars to raise money for us.   

George Green Solicitors

Employees at George Green LLP voted to support Combat Stress for 2017.  The midlands based law firm host and participate in a number of events including a Wolf Run, the Three Peaks challenge and a Walk to d’feet between their two offices. They also host smaller events such as bake sales and a pumpkin carving competition.

 

Corporate Donations

We appreciate that staff fundraising or commercial partnerships are not right for everyone and we'll always welcome donations towards our projects. You can be confident we'll spend your money wisely, and if you would like to support a specific project or area of our work, we can guide you in making this decision.

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Gifts in Kind

Supporting Combat Stress by donating products, services or professional advice is a valuable way your business can help our work. Gifts in kind are a great way to utilise your company's assets and professional skills, achieving your corporate responsibility goals and demonstrating your commitment to our cause. Gifts can help save valuable resources and enable us to fundraise even more effectively, meaning that more money can be spent on our vital treatments. For example, common gifts include office equipment, conference facilities and IT support.


Payroll Giving

Payroll Giving also known as Give As You Earn (GAYE) is an extremely flexible way for staff to support Combat Stress. Donations are acquired through individuals salaries, these are deducted before tax, making this initiative a tax-efficient way to donate. Staff can give as much or as little as they wish, allowing them to engage with our Charity on a regular basis. Offering payroll giving allows your staff to make a positive contribution outside the workplace. You can now sign up for Payroll Giving online here or contact Garry Burns here Garry.Burns@combatstress.org.uk

Sponsorship

We can develop flexible sponsorship packages to ensure we help build brand awareness for your organisation. Whether you are looking to focus on a more select target audience or widen your appeal, there are a variety of opportunities to partner with Combat Stress.The packages we offer will suit your brand values and culture. We have a variety of sponsorship activities at different levels across our events portfolio including:

  • Clay Pigeon Shoot
  • Lectures
  • Christmas Carol Service

Sponsorship

Cause Related Marketing

Cause Related Marketing can broaden your brand awareness, mobilise your message of your support of Combat Stress to your consumers, which in turn can boost your sales. Working together Combat Stress can help tailor campaigns to meet your business structure and raise valuable funds.

If your company is interested in supporting Combat Stress please contact Garry Burns on  01372 587 158 or email Garry.Burns@combatstress.org.uk

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