Support a small charity that works hard to meet the needs of people with disabilities across the UK
Giving a little bit back
Is the company you work for looking to pick a new Charity of the Year?
Perhaps your business is looking to meet its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) objectives by supporting a cause that transforms the lives of children and adults living with a disability?
Fundraising for us means that you want to back a small, national charity that is working hard to meet the unmet needs of people in the UK who rely on assistive technologies to improve their well-being.
We can help you to motivate your colleagues, attract new customers and profile your generous support through a number of ways to show how you are working to make a difference.
Viridor tirelessly fundraised to fund a whole Wizzybug to benefit more children. Their efforts were a combination of: challenge events, themed office days and a work ‘safety bonus’ where they receive £5 per employee, for each month that passes without incident which they then donate to their chosen charity.
Read more about how Viridor supported Designability here.
The team at their Hinckley office raised enough to fund a whole Wizzybug through a Matched Giving Scheme. Fundraising activities included a Christmas fun day, wristband sales and taking on a gruelling military obstacle course.
The Bath branches of Natwest decided to raise funds with in-store collection tins on display with one of our Wizzybugs and details of the loan scheme. They topped up the customer donations with a corporate golf day and auction.
The support from the London and Bristol offices of Irwin Mitchell led to the funding of two new Wizzybugs for children. They took part in a variety of community fundraising events as well as covering the costs of t-shirt printing and Where’s Wizzy? storybooks to give to each Wizzybug child and their siblings.
Get in touch
We would love to welcome you as a new corporate partner. For more information about how we could work together, contact our fundraising team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01225 824103.