Become a Cheshire Connect Champion

Become a Cheshire Connect Champion and help make a real difference in Cheshire

We’ve worked with 393 Cheshire businesses, over 300 charities and not-for-profit organisations and created 636 skills exchanges.

We’re incredibly proud of what we’ve achieved but we’re hungry to do so much more and we need Champions to help us.

To become a Champion we simply ask for a donation of any size – lump sum or a regular payment.

£500 PER MONTH could help us make 8 more skills matches. That’s at least 8 more charities in Cheshire reaching more of their goals and helping more people in the Cheshire community.

 

£15,000 A YEAR could cover the cost of 20 more skills exchanges delivering extra income, greater efficiency and more people reached by Cheshire-based charities.

 

£30,000 A YEAR could provide for an additional Business Connector matching more charities & businesses, generating at least 40 more skills exchanges and all for the people living in the same community that YOUR business is based in.

How will my organisation benefit?

  • Demonstrate how caring and considerate your business is and bring your brand values to life
  • Ready-made positive, powerful stories of how you’ve made a difference in your local community
  • Create goodwill and loyalty with your employees and customers with your commitment to your community
  • Perfect opportunity to give something back to the community that has helped your business grow

PLUS

  • Ongoing exposure of your Champion status within Cheshire Connect marketing initiatives
  • Option to use the Cheshire Connect Champion’s logo on your marketing

DONATE  

Setting up a regular donation couldn’t be easier. Simply download and complete the standing order mandate and your money can start making a difference in Cheshire straight away. Or call us on 01244 688 436

Download Standing Order Mandate

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