Hospice in the Weald offers business packages our events, encouraging local businesses to take part. Not only will you be helping to raise vital funds for the Hospice but at the same time your team will benefit from a challenge, building team work and spirit. This was very much the case for one local company, CSIS signed up a team to run the 2020 Virtual Hospice Run.
“Working for CSIS, we are able to help charities like Hospice in the Weald via donations. It is always rewarding to get involved on a personal level and I loved taking part in the Virtual Run.” – Cheryl, Sales Team Member at Civil Service Insurance Society
Hospice in the Weald relies on the generosity of local business donors to help contribute towards the £7m annual running costs we need to provide our vital services. As part of our fundraising activities, we run events such as The Corporate Quiz, Golf Days, Sporting Dinner as well as Christmas Market and Hospice Open Gardens. So whether it’s an unique experience, a special treat, gift sets or gift vouchers we really do appreciate your donations so we can put on raffles and auctions at one of our many events.
Robert Jacobs, head of office at Savills Tunbridge Wells, said: “We are very pleased to sponsor the Hospice Run once again, helping to raise much-needed funds for such an essential charity in the local community. We have sponsored the event for the last 12 years and it is great to see it going ahead virtually this year; we are very much looking forward to getting involved.”
Our Charity of the Year partnerships are developed to meet each individual businesses’ needs and aspirations.
How do we achieve a mutually beneficial partnership?
Having greatly enjoyed working with us as a Charity of the Year partner in 2020-21, the staff at Mazda Motors UK have now extended their partnership with Hospice in the Weald for another year.
Lizzy Hayward, Ambassador for Office Management at Mazda said, “Having the dedicated stewardship of Hospice in the Weald’s fundraising team has made a huge difference to our partnership’s success. We bounced ideas off each other and it made us more excited to fundraise. They were supportive, encouraging and just brilliant. It’s felt so rewarding.”