Joining a local fundraising group
Our volunteers are heroes. Without them, we simply couldn't do the work we do. The money they raise allows us to be there for every child that needs us.
They're always on the lookout for new members with new ideas. If you are interested in joining an existing group, or setting up a new group, get in touch with your local NSPCC fundraising team today.
Making a difference in the community
Our dedicated fundraising committee in Jersey regularly hold community events to raise money to support the NSPCC’s Gower Centre in St Helier.
From fashion shows to tennis tournaments, the Jersey committee are finding fun ways to raise money.
The Gower Centre provides services and support for children and families, including our Baby Steps service which helps parents prepare for having a baby.
Joining a local business board
If you run a local business, why not join together with others in your area, pool your resources and help raise money and awareness of the NSPCC's work.
We have lots of local business boards, made up of business leaders, entrepreneurs and individuals from a range of industries. Together, they use their networks and knowledge to raise as much money as possible for our work with children and families.
To find out how you can get involved with a board near you, contact your local fundraising office.
Membership is by invitation only, but if you want to get involved and would be prepared to open up your networks, then please get in touch. We also encourage Board members to share ideas by joining the NSPCC Business Board Members Forum on LinkedIn.
Why join a local business board?
Being a member of a local business group has many benefits. It can lift your business, fire up your people, and open up new networks:
- build positive PR by working alongside the NSPCC national brand
- give something back to your community
- work towards your CSR policy
- motivate staff and encourage team-building
- reach new audiences by showing you care
- build a network with other passionate business people
- find business to business opportunities within the community
3 key roles
The chair of the business group provides leadership and direction, as well as setting financial targets and monitoring progress against those targets.
They work closely with and NSPCC Community Fundraising Manager and attend all board meetings.
The treasurer helps the chairman with the management of the board, particularly with annual fundraising targets.
They maintain bank accounts and overall acts as the financial adviser to the board.
The secretary arranges and attends meetings, as well as providing all members with any relevant supporting information.
They manage the meeting agendas, send invitations and maintain all necessary board documentation.
Find your local business board
Manchester Business Board
- Chair: Julian Curnock
Sunderland Business Board
- Chair: Imesh Patel
Newcastle Business Board
- Chair: Michaela Reaney
Colchester Business Board
- Chair: Katie Skingle
Peterborough Business Board
- Chair: Chris Collier
Greater Birmingham & Black Country Business Board
- Chair: Simon Hake
Coventry Business Board
- Chair: Les Ratcliffe
Bristol Business Board
- Chair: Shameem Forsyth
Swindon Business Board
- Chair: Alan Fletcher
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