Corporate Social Responsibility: More than a Giving Machine

5 October 2021

from 9.30 - 12.30

at Online

Training & Events

Increasingly charities are looking at Corporate Social Responsibility through business partnerships as a significant factor in their income diversification and to leverage additional resource. In recent years businesses have also begun to change the way they approach their CSR and community engagement, so this provides a window of opportunity for charities to adapt in response.

Are you asking the questions?

· What is the best way to successfully engage a business for support?

· What is it that businesses are looking for?

· How can you promote to a business the benefit to them of working with your organisation?

Sign up to this workshop where we will cover the benefits of looking beyond a comic cheque and delving deeper into forming partnerships based upon mutual understanding, shared values and purpose.

Together we will help you understand the changing nature of CSR, what strategies work to help engage businesses and learn practical steps you can make to turn ambition into reality. We will be joined by local businesses

Alex Hughes, Founder and Entrepreneur – Shift Momentum

Emily Taylor, CSR Manager – BGL Insurance

Hayley Williams, Founder and Managing Director – Keystone Marketing

Who is this workshop for?

This workshop is for fundraisers, Corporate Partnership leads and those with senior leadership responsibilities who are looking to form or enact a Business Engagement strategy to diversify their income stream.

More about Hunts Forum and Rachel Hales

Hunts Forum is working with Rachel Hales to help you develop meaningful and sustainable partnerships with your business community.

Rachel Hales is a Strategic Consultant and the founder of Get Synergised, a bespoke consultancy service that brokers and facilitates partnerships and opportunities between the business community, charitable and public sectors to build thriving communities.

Rachel has dedicated over 20 years to working directly in local communities to drive social change and improve the lives of individuals because she believes that everyone should be given the opportunity to thrive and flourish.

Utilising her expert experience and unique methodologies Rachel helps charitable organisations smash their Business Engagement, but don’t just take our word for it, listen to what her clients say:

“Red Hen have shaped their business engagement strategy using Rachel’s Pathways to Partnerships methodology. Red Hen has seen a big impact from working with Rachel – a direct return on investment of around £15k. Indirectly, the strategy is contributing to/underpinning a massive, unprecedented increase in funds and resource. The methodology keeps us on task, and most importantly the regular sessions make me accountable!”

— Sarah Crick – The Red Hen Project – Project Lead

“Through spending time with Rachel working through Pathways to Partnerships with Purpose, I have developed a thorough understanding of the merit of genuine relationship building, factoring mutual objectives and mirrored values. This has enabled us to create a plan for our charity to ensure that our future engagements have real value exchange.”

— Kelly Vickers – Head of Business Development – Living Sport

Cost

This workshop is for fundraisers, Corporate Partnership leads and those with senior leadership responsibilities who are looking to form or enact a Business Engagement strategy to diversify their income stream.

Information and Booking

Booking is made through Eventbrite here.

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