Making a difference in the lives of the children and adults with cerebral palsy can be as simple as donating goods to becoming an active strategic partner.
Each of our corporate partnerships is tailor-made. Talk to us about what you would like to achieve, from corporate responsibility outcomes to brand recognition, and our experienced team will work with you to find the perfect partnership.
Charity of the year
Choose Cerebral Palsy Scotland as your charity of the year and together, we can make lasting change to improve the lives of people with cerebral palsy in Scotland.
Every organisation has different goals. That’s why our fundraising team will ensure you are equipped with everything you need for a unique and successful partnership.
Why choose Cerebral Palsy Scotland as your charity of the year?
Despite being the most common physical disability in children, Cerebral Palsy Scotland is the only charity in Scotland dedicated to supporting people with cerebral palsy.
Our mission is to help people with cerebral palsy build skills, knowledge, confidence and relationships. We advocate for the CP community to have life-long access to knowledgeable, compassionate services and support.
We want every person with cerebral palsy and their families and carers to be able to access specialist therapy, support and information when it is needed the most.
As our corporate partner, we will build a mutually beneficial partnership which will enact lasting positive change for both organisations.
We will provide support, expertise and guidance to ensure the partnership is a success for your organisation.
We will engage with your team by demonstrating the real difference your support makes in improving the lives of people with cerebral palsy. We will increase staff engagement by helping you develop fundraising ideas which are team led and reflective of your organisation’s mission and goals.
We will offer team building fundraising events and volunteering opportunities for your employees.
You can sponsor an event and receive a bespoke sponsorship package.
We will acknowledge the significant impact your organisation has made in helping to ensure people with cerebral palsy can reach their full potential on our online platforms, website and press.
Challenges and events
Make 2023 count – challenge yourself to something new.
We can only help as many people with cerebral palsy as we do with your dedication and support. It’s simple – we need you!
Sponsored events change lives. Whether you’re organising an event of your own, taking part in a Cerebral Palsy Scotland event, or joining an organised challenge, we’re here to help you succeed.
If you’re joining an organised event or creating your own challenge, please let us know. Our fundraising team can provide all the resources you need such as sponsor forms, collecting buckets and running vests.
We can even come along on the day!
Please give us a call on 0141 352 5000, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Payroll Giving is an easy, tax-free way to make a regular donation straight from your salary. Because it’s tax-free, it costs you less to give more to Cerebral Palsy Scotland.
Payroll Giving ensures that your employer deducts your donation from your salary before tax. It will be worth more than the amount you have paid. For example, if you are a 20% taxpayer, 80% of your donation amount will be taken from your salary and 20% will be taken from the tax which would have gone to HMRC.
You can donate through this way if you get paid through PAYE and your employer runs a Payroll Giving scheme. You can register for Payroll giving through the Charities Aid Foundation Give As You Earn scheme.
Here is an overview of tax free giving.
Hear from Digby Brown, one of our strategic partners
Digby Brown have been working with Cerebral Palsy Scotland for a number of years. The partnership is based on mutual trust and shared goals. Staff from both organisations support each other’s work to make sure help is available for people with CP.
“We’re committed to helping children and young people with cerebral palsy and their families in any way we can. We are proud of our association with Cerebral Palsy Scotland and have been delighted to work alongside them in recent years. Digby Brown staff from across Scotland have helped raise funds to support their inspiring work and we have been pleased to support events, like the Cerebral Palsy Scotland conferences, which have helped increase awareness of cerebral palsy.”
Digby Brown Solicitors are able to give specialist legal advice to parents of children with cerebral palsy where cerebral palsy is thought to have been caused by medical negligence. They have helped many families find out what happened, why it happened, whether this was the cause of the cerebral palsy, and where appropriate, rightful and fair compensation.
To find out more about Digby Brown Solicitors please visit their website.
What could a strategic partnership look like for your organisation? Please get in touch to find out.
There are many other ways that your organisation can make a difference:
- Gifts in kind– you could donate your skills, services or products. This could be providing professional advice to the people we support or our team through talks or consultations. It could also be donating special raffle prizes or auction lots to help fundraise at our events.
- Advertising/sponsoring fundraising events or publications
- Volunteering at an event or other fundraising activity such as our annual conference.
- Making a donation to help people with cerebral palsy.
Please contact us on 0141 352 5000 or email email@example.com to discuss how we can develop a partnership that is right for your team or business.