Whether it’s payroll giving or dreaming up funky fundraising fun, becoming a corporate partner or taking on a challenge, however your team choose to get involved, your support will help local children with life-shortening conditions and families live For the Now. Lots of companies give their time and fundraising efforts through a variety of ways and, however you choose to get involved you will receive support from a dedicated Fundraising Team to guide you through your journey. So, why not see if there is something your company can get involved with too?
For expanding your network
We hold regular networking events across Sussex which provide fantastic opportunities to meet other like-minded businesses and grow your contact list.
For strengthening your business reputation
Sponsoring an event will give you the opportunity to place your brand in front of other influential people and businesses, whilst showing that you support a local cause. Chestnut Tree House has lots of opportunities available, from sponsoring a hole at a golf day to being a headline sponsor at our annual fundraising ball, The Snowman Spectacular.
For exciting team bonding opportunities
Adventure-seekers or adrenaline junkies? Marathon sprinters or a group of weekend walkers? Get your team together, choose a challenge and jump, run, climb, sail, cycle – or get really muddy! Challenges are a great way to bring teams together for a common cause.
For boosting staff morale
Volunteering is a great way to boost staff morale and have a day out of the office, whether getting muddy and gardening at the Hospice, sorting through fantastic treasures at the retail distribution center, or joining a cheer squad for our marathon runners, there is something to suit everyone. Don’t just take our word for it...
“We put our work with Chestnut Tree House at the heart of our activity and it’s a win-win for everybody”.
If you were to ask someone, ‘would you rather jump off Worthing Pier or dance as Danny Zuko in front of hundreds of people?’ most people would recoil and say –‘neither!’
However, Matt Turner, CEO of The Creative Group, decided to challenge himself and do both. To date, Matt’s fundraising efforts have helped to raise over an incredible £100,000 for local children and their families.
“Working with Chestnut Tree House has helped raise our profile and win great business,” says Matt. “The staff at Creative Pod (part of The Creative Group) really enjoy the partnership. They volunteer at many events and organise and host their own fundraising event - an annual rounders match which sees several businesses battle it out for the championship trophy. “Chestnut Tree House is a charity I have worked with for several years and is one that is very close to my heart. I look forward to every event I am part of,” continues Matt.
“I am a big advocate of the many benefits of partnering with a charity, particularly a local charity. It’s not all about the big fundraising events, there are all sorts of ways to get involved with Chestnut Tree House and I would encourage all businesses – big and small – to partner in whatever way works for them.”
Find out how you and your business can support local children with life-shortening conditions, and their families.
or call 01903 871846 / 01323 725095.