Corporate

Many businesses and organisations have Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) or Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) programmes. As well as benefitting their chosen causes, they provide a great way to motivate and develop teams, and ignite their passion around a purpose.

By choosing to support bccs you enable us to give expert care and support to those who need it. You also benefit from having a cause your staff can unite around.

Read on to find a few ways you can partner your business with us. In doing so, you will be enabling us to support the emotional health and wellbeing of children and young people while uniting your staff around a charitable cause.

Please get in touch to find out how your company can make a difference to families in our community. Email Julie Abbott here.

Ways in which you can support us

  • Charity of the Year

    bccs recognises that for any company nominating a charity as your 'Charity of the Year' is often the biggest way in which you can offer support. Partnerships of this type aim to bring your employees together in an organised and co-ordinated way, engaging them through a wide range of events and activities to raise money for a chosen charity.

    Choosing bccs as your Charity of the Year will have a huge positive impact on your company, helping to:

    • Improve staff morale and motivation.
    • Develop teamwork skills.
    • Improve inter--departmental relationships.
    • Enhance company image.
    • Provide opportunities for local community involvement.
    • Generate great press coverage in your region.
  • Companies rely on a hardworking and motivated workforce and many spend a great deal of time and resources on building team spirit and staff loyalty. Getting them involved in raising money for a local cause through a series of exciting events and activities is a great way to do just that.

  • Payroll Giving is a way of giving money to charity without paying tax on it. It’s a really simple way of donating to bccs as it simply comes out of your PAYE every month.

    Payroll giving is easy to set up, and helps bccs to get regular income in a way that is also tax efficient for you and your colleagues.

    Please contact Julie to discuss this further.

  • Could you become a coordinator for your workplace and encourage your work colleagues to sell some of our Grand Draw tickets to family and friends?

    We have several corporate partners who do this for us each year - very ordinary people doing extraordinary things to support our work.

    Simply email Julie to register your interest and we will send out your tickets to you between October and December.

    Your job will be to pass on as many of our Grand Draw Tickets as possible to your work colleagues and encourage them to sell these on to their friends and families. There are three monetary prizes of £300, £150 and £100 at stake.

    We will ask you to send all stubs to us to be entered into the draw and transfer all monies to us before Christmas.

    Our draw will take place during the first week of January and we will contact our winners shortly after this date.