Your business could help us to provide vital support for children, young people, and their families.
We value all our corporate partnerships, and we are keen to partner with a diverse range of business industries who share our passion for helping disadvantaged children, young people, and their families in our communities.
We understand that every business is different, and we will work together with you to create a bespoke partnership.
There are many ways that your business and employees can get involved and our team are happy to discuss the options to develop a mutually beneficial and meaningful partnership.
Please contact our Income and Partnerships team on:
Click HERE to download the YCC Case For Support document which includes more information about how your support makes a huge difference to those we support at YCC.
Meet our Corporate Partners
Martin Port BigChange
Our partnership began when we were introduced to Martin Port from BigChange through the BITC (Business in the Community) network.
Martin has very kindly supported the charity with a generous donation that has enabled YCC to create our brand new website, and he has also given the team access to the BigChange CRM system and vehicle trackers.
We are extremely grateful to Martin and the team from BigChange for all of their ongoing support that has been transformational for the charity.
We are delighted to partner with the team at Digital Energy, who have supported the charity with pro-bono work on our brand new website.
We have been working closely with Daniel Todd, Mark Crow, and the wider team to create and develop our website that showcases the work of the charity.
It is only with the generous support of the team at Proactive Code that we have been able to produce such a professional, user friendly website.
We are very much looking forward to continuing our partnership so we can help reach the people that need our services, raise the profile, and generate funds for the charity.
Liam Smith, Director at Aura Print, and his amazing team have kindly helped YCC with designing and printing material for fundraising campaigns.
Aura Print initially printed our charity Christmas cards in 2022, which were designed by one of our talented Brian Jackson College students. They also supported our Bail Me Out event by supplying props used on the day.
We are so grateful for the support Aura Print have provided.
In 2021 YCC were awarded a grant of £9,750 from the Sodexo Stop Hunger foundation to support the Nurture with Nutrition Project at our alternative education provisions in Huddersfield and Heckmondwike.
The partnership has grown from strength to strength with Sodexo CEO Sean Haley pledging to provide new kitchen facilities that will allow the students to attain their GCSE Food & Nutrition qualifications, that will provide even more support reaching higher education or employment.
Meet our Corporate Supporters
MME Revise staff have kindly undertaken several charity fundraising events to raise money for YCC.
Charity Of The Year & Employee Fundraising
Your business may have a Charity of The Year initiative where charities are nominated for support, often over a 12-month period. Please consider nominating us as your chosen charity the next time your business and employees starts this process.
This type of partnership involves engaging with employees and supporting them with their fundraising ideas and bringing them closer to the charity through opportunities such as volunteering.
This is also a great way to meet your CSR (Corporate Social Responsibilities) and at the same time motivate employees and encourage team building whilst raising awareness and funds to help children, young people, and their families.
Donating a regular amount each month is a simple yet meaningful way that your business can support the work of our charity. Giving a gift of a regular unrestricted donation each month means that you can help us to continue to deliver our vital services all year round.
Whatever amount you choose, you can be assured that every penny donated will help the children, young people, and families we support.
You can set up your regular donation via our online donation form
Cause Related Marketing
Cause Related Marketing (CRM) is a great way for your business boost sales, whilst at the same time raising awareness and funds to help us to continue our vital work with children, young people, and their families.
If your business would like to donate a proportion of each sale for a particular product then we would love to hear from you.
Sponsorship & Event Partnership
We hold our own organised events and fundraising initiatives that have a variety of sponsorship opportunities for businesses to get involved with.
Supporting an event through sponsorship will help us to raise awareness of the charity, and at the same time help you to meet your CSR objectives and increase your reach and visibility.
Please contact our fundraising team to find out about our current sponsorship opportunities.
We will be holding corporate events throughout the year where your business can get involved.
These events are a great way to network with other businesses and show your support for our charity.
Please keep an eye out on our events page for more details.
Volunteering & Sharing Skills and Expertise
Workplace volunteering is a great way your business can become involved with us.
When employees donate their time to help our charity it can help to boost morale and job satisfaction and strengthen team relationships as they will see at first hand the positive impact they are having.
You may have certain skills and expertise within your team that could be shared to help us further the work of the charity.
Please speak to a member of our fundraising team or visit our Volunteer for Us page for further information on current volunteering opportunities.
Payroll Giving, also known as Give As You Earn (GAYE), is an easy, and tax effective way for employees to make regular donations through their salary, so it costs you less to give more.
Unclaimed Client Funds
Unclaimed client funds are sums of money which lie dormant in client accounts of many solicitors and accountants, for years. It’s often the case that the rightful owner cannot be traced, a company has closed, or they have failed to provide instructions on how the funds should be dealt with.