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Make us your Charity of the Year

Choosing to support us through your Charity of the Year programme means you can make a lasting difference in children’s lives.

We’ve got lots of resources to help you have a fantastic year, bringing colleagues together through fundraising. Whether you’ve done this before, or you’re new to supporting a charity through your workplace, we’ll be with you every step of the way. By joining our Partners in Business, you’ll receive regular updates with helpful hints and tips throughout the year.

Why make us your Charity of the Year?

Supporting a charity at work is a great way to bring colleagues together, have fun and create engaging opportunities to work together as a team.

Whether you’re looking to run a 10k or prefer to socialise and eat cake, view our Fundraising ideas page for some inspiration to get started. If your teams like a challenge, we’ve got something for everyone! From treks to skydives, runs to cycles, check out our sporting events and challenges to find the right event for you.

No matter how you decide to fundraise for us, your support will help us to be here for children, young people and families when they need us. To find out more about the impact you'll make, view the services you’ll be supporting.

If you need any resources to support with your fundraising like sponsor forms and posters, you can find a range of ready-to-download resources here.


Burnett's Solicitors case study

The NSPCC was chosen as our Charity of the Year because the message of 'Every childhood is worth fighting for' strongly resonates with us, and we welcome the opportunity to raise awareness and support for such an important cause.


We raised almost £1,500 through our Childhood Day event, Summer BBQ, Christmas Party Raffle and Valentine’s Day chocolate bouquets and sweet boxes prepared by our Dispute Resolution team.


We've enjoyed coming together in fundraising and have big plans for future years.

Regina Hartley, PR & Marketing Assistant, Burnett's Solicitors, Carlisle

Pickerings Lifts case study

Carrying out charity events internally, like our prize draw, is used to forge a stronger bond between employees, boost morale and feel more connected to the business.


It's also about giving back. Our aim was to raise £500, so we were delighted to surpass that and donate £1,644, which means the NSPCC can continue providing vital help and support to children and adults concerned about a child’s welfare.

 Amy Robinson, Marketing Executive , Pickerings Lifts

A-Z fundraising ideas

If you're looking for fundraising ideas, our A-Z guide will give you plenty of inspiration, whether you're interested in challenges, events, crafts, or anything else.

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