Hope is rooted in its local communities.
Our corporate supporters are proud to be associated with us and know the big difference that their support makes to our young people. They also know that our small team and Youth Management Teams will do whatever they can to ensure that businesses and their employees get the positive public recognition and goodwill that their support deserves.
Could your company do something to support Hope? Download our Corporate fundraising pack for ideas and information about how your organisation can help Hope.
Our corporate partners are many and some partnerships stretch over years.
We want to say a big thank you to all of them. Here are just some of our current partnerships.
It goes to show the recognition and high regard that Hope and the Y-Team have in the local community after colleagues and customers voted in great numbers for them to be our charity partner of the year. I commend their eagerness in giving up their spare time to help out with such passion and drive for this worthwhile cause and they're never short of fundraising ideas! It's given me and my colleagues great pleasure and pride working with them. I'd certainly recommend them to other businesses.
Store Manager, Sainsbury’s Ross-on-Wye
The staff have raised funds for Hope on an ongoing basis by organising imaginative and fun events in store. They also gave volunteering time at Hope events.
Cobalt have supported our work in Gloucestershire by welcoming us to use their Cheltenham venue. As a referral partner, they have promoted Hope to their network and made patients aware of Hope’s support.
The Ross-on-Wye branch of Harrison Clark Rickerbys has supported Hope organising fundraising quizzes and offering pro-bono legal advice.
Sainsbury’s Ross-on-Wye chose Hope as its charity of the year in 2012 and again in 2015. We’re extremely grateful for all their in-store fundraising efforts and donations of goods towards our youth sessions during this time.
Thorne & Co accountants provided extensive pro-bono accountancy services.
Staff of local HSBC branches mentored our Y-Teams in budgeting and financial management, gave volunteering days and supported our fundraising events.
Staff of the Royal Hotel, Ross-on-Wye have kindly allowed us to use conference suites at no cost and provide refreshments.
The enthusiastic team at Ross TSB ran in-store competitions, book-sales and took part in our ‘Jump for Hope’ skydive to raise money for Hope.