Local Accountants Harris Lacey and Swain Join New Charity Sponsorship Programme
Popular Hessle-based accountancy firm Harris Lacey and Swain have become the most recent business to join disability centre CASE’s `Grow Bed Sponsorship Programme`, an initiative that strives to fundraise for and maintain, the charity’s beloved allotment space. To kick-start their membership, Harris Lacey and Swain have kindly donated £500 towards the Programme, which will be used to purchase essential resources for the plot.
What is the Grow Bed Sponsorship Programme?
The Grow Bed Sponsorship Programme invites businesses and individuals, regardless of location and company size, to donate a fundraising amount of £500 in exchange for a variety of benefits and gifts for their company. Grow is an allotment space owned by CASE Training Services, and is a highly valued part of the disability centre’s day-to-day training and support.
What does the sponsorship package include?
When businesses and individuals join the Grow Bed Sponsorship Programme, they will be privy to a whole host of benefits and gifts from CASE Training Services, a learning disability training centre based in Hull.
These benefits include, but are not limited to:
Sponsorship of their own raised fruit, vegetable, or flower bed;
Any resources needed to promote Corporate Social Responsibility (charity-related PR for the company);
Fresh, seasonal produce direct from the Grow allotment space – including chilis, rhubarb, honey, and more;
Access to our Grow allotment space, should the company wish to visit or volunteer;
Access to cooking demonstrations conducted by our Trainees back at the Independent Living Suite, another highly-valued area of CASE’s Training Centre.
Looking to fulfil Corporate Social Responsibility on behalf of your own business? Consider CASE’s Grow Bed Sponsorship Programme today.
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