We work closely with businesses and organisations of all kinds to support our work throughout Worcestershire. We wish to build relationships which are mutually beneficial, providing in kind or cash support. In exchange, we can fulfil CSR strategies and help businesses extend their profile and community reach. You can also receive tax breaks through working with charity.

If you’ve been thinking about how you and your organisation might get involved in initiatives that benefit local communities, we’d love to talk to you about how WCF can help you.

Some options we can offer are:

  • Sponsoring our work in exchange for an association with WCF
  • Donating a proportion of your company profits to improve the lives of communities near your business
  • Encouraging staff to volunteer their time to raise funds for one of our appeals or to help at an event
  • Setting up a grant fund with priorities in line with your brand values. By creating a fund, we can provide expert advice and guidance, access to match funding opportunities and reassurance that money is invested for maximum benefit.

Some of our current partners are listed below.

‘Our team has a proud record of fund raising for great causes for local and national charitable purposes. As part of our social mission to help local causes in Worcestershire, we felt that we wanted to focus on giving something back to the local community that supports our business.  We are therefore delighted to now be working with the Worcestershire Community Foundation who do some fabulous work across the county supporting numerous local initiatives.’

Andrew Bradley, Chair of Bradley Haynes Law (Corporate Sponsor):

Please contact Lucy Wells, Development Director, for further information or to explore ideas around sponsorship, partnerships or setting up a fund.

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