As a medium-sized charity, we are able to support an individual relationship with your company and explore common ground in order to develop a strong, suitable partnership.
Our offices are often in need a variety of resources. If you have resources that you think could benefit our work, we’d love to hear from you.
Strategic and Brand Partnership
Just like an individual donor, your financial contribution to our work will improve education for some of the most excluded people. Whether you are interested in making us your charity of the year, or funding a specific type of project, we can work with you to target your donation where it will make the biggest impact in our communities overseas and for your brand and its values.
The knowledge and expertise you have gained in business should never be undervalued. Whether you know finances, legal affairs, public relations, web-design, or logistics, your skills can help us to give more people the chance of an education.
Helping out for a ’cause’ is a great way to build a strong team spirit among your employees and a good way to bring some fun and energy into your workplace. We can work with you to create a calendar of activities and team building exercises or one-off events that bring staff closer together.
Payroll giving is a simple and cost-effective way to donate, so why not encourage your employees to donate a small, regular amount from their salaries to provide education to people who need it the most? When donations come straight from your salary before tax, it effectively increases the value of your contribution and the Inland Revenue gives us the tax it would otherwise have kept (generally an extra 25%).
You could establish casual Friday as an incentive for all employees who sign-up!
Leigh Day is one of the UK’s leading human rights law firms and, having represented over 5,200 victims of torture during the Kenya Emergency of the 1950s, has a passionate interest in the lives of excluded communities in Kenya.
Since 2007, we have partnered with Leigh Day to improve the lives of HIV/AIDS orphans in the remote rural communities of Dol Dol, Kenya. Over the years, our partnership has taken many forms. Leigh Day staff have participated in marathons, and organised office events such as quizzes, to raise valuable funds for us. We have provided opportunities for staff to travel to overseas projects to see our work first hand. Regular support has been provided to over 60 orphans. Leigh Day’s dedication to this work has dramatically improved school facilities, teaching quality and the lives of many children in this community.