The University of Kent is delighted that the King’s School, Canterbury has selected the Parkinson’s Centre for Integrated Therapy as their Charity of the Year and we are now looking for other local companies and organisations to join them.
A Charity of the Year is a partnership between a business and their chosen charity – we would love this to be us! By working with us you will help to bring hope to people living with Parkinson’s in our local community and beyond whilst letting your clients and contacts know you are making a difference.
The relationship can last one or more years and will help the business meet their corporate social responsibility and keep staff morale high with a range of fun fundraising events.
We will be able to provide:
- Fundraising support and advice in the build up to your fundraising activity and University of Kent staff attending on the day where possible.
- Positive local PR
- Tours of the facilities available at the Parkinson’s Centre for Integrated Therapy
- Talks and demonstrations from the team
- Invitations to University of Kent events
- Access to marketing and fundraising materials
- An online fundraising page via JustGiving.
SARD JV has formed a charity partnership with the University of Kent and recently organised a quiz (see featured image) to raise funds for the Kent and Medway Medical School raising in excess of £2,000 for the cause. Francesca Monk, Marketing Director said:
“We have been working with the University of Kent for two years now and the partnership has been very positive. Our clients like to know that we are supporting doctors of the future and we are proud that we are doing our bit for our community at both a local and national level. We are thrilled with the support given to us by the fundraising team at the University and I urge other local businesses to choose projects at the University to support in this way.”
If you are interested in selecting the Parkinson’s Centre for Integrated Therapy as your company’s Charity of the Year please do get in touch with Sarah Boswell on S.Boswell@kent.ac.uk.