At CAUK we understand the importance of collaborating with other organisations to help better the lives of those affected by cavernoma. Collaboration with a small charity with an important cause like ours can motivate staff, encourage teamwork and creativity, promote a positive image, at the same time as helping support vulnerable patients and their families.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, access to grants and funding for small charities like CAUK is proving increasingly difficult. The contributions we receive from donors and fundraisers is more critical now than ever before, and makes an enormous difference to the work we do and the people we support.
Supporting a charity or cause that your staff believe in is a great way of engaging internal stakeholders in your values, as well as communicating to your customers that you are a socially-responsible organisation. There are so many ways that you can get involved in charitable activities within your business, with the most successful campaigns being those that are led by staff themselves. From sporting challenges and gala dinners, to bake sales and raffles, there are so many ways you can help raise awareness and funds for CAUK, while at the same time improving office morale and defining your corporate identity.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, access to grants and funding for small charities like CAUK is proving increasingly difficult. The support we receive from donors and fundraisers is more critical than ever, and makes an enormous difference to the work we do.
No matter your event, we will be there to support you in kickstarting your corporate fundraising and will provide you with everything you need along the way to make sure you make the most out of your campaign; from providing CAUK merchandise or cavernoma information leaflets to supporting your fundraising on social media and much more!
Whether you are a big company or a small business we would love to hear from you. Never had an office/company charity before? Choose CAUK as your fist!
Contact us today to help us raise awareness of our rare disease and support the cavernoma community.