A corporate partnership with WEB Merseyside is a unique opportunity for organisations to form a mutually beneficial relationship with a creative, innovative charity that is passionate about making a difference within our community. We may be small but the impact we make on people’s lives is BIG and you and your organisation could be a part of that. After all, the issues that WEB works with touch all of us and those we love throughout our lives.
The mutually beneficial relationship means that WEB Merseyside can gain access expertise, knowledge and funding support whilst our partners have the chance to deliver against key themes in their sustainable business strategies as well as going to bed at night knowing they have truly made a difference.
We’d like to speak to companies which:
- are prepared to promote the aims and ethos of WEB Merseyside and its services
- care about their local communities and wish to give something back
- want take action to give the most disadvantaged people opportunities to lead a safe and happy life
Auger work exclusively for the insurance industry where they pride themselves in being the market leader in the handling of household claims for water and drainage issues. A national operation is handled from a central office in the Wirral which focuses on a locally employed workforce providing the highest levels of customer service to a variety of blue chip insurers. They are long standing supporters of WEB Merseyside and currently hold our Gold Package for 2016. Auger said:
“Auger have supported W.E.B. over a number of years because we passionately believe the work they do is paramount to providing a strong foundation to many vulnerable people.”
Employees from the Merseyside branch of Renshaw Napier Ltd have been an invaluable part of our fundraising activities for 2016 raising an amazing £1262 so far securing our Bronze Package through our Corporate Social Responsibility initiative. They continuously support fundraising events in order to make a difference within their local community. Tina King from Renshaws said:
“We have chosen to support WEB as we think it is important that everyone (all generations) has ‘a safe place that they can go to’. A place where they will be listened to, respected, and learn to grow as a person and to make friends along the way. We only wish that there was a ‘WEB’ around when we were growing up. We can’t change the past, but we believe that by supporting WEB we are helping to make a positive impact for the future.”