How your company can help

There are several areas in which your company may assist us in raising funds, depending on how much time you have available and how involved you want to be. We can not only supply you with wonderful marketing materials, PR possibilities, and a method to fulfil your corporate social duties, but we can also promise you a great time!

Charity Partnerships

Nothing would make us happier than for you to pick us as your charity for the year. Arbury, Surf Tech IT and more have all been fantastic partners. If you’d like to get involved, please contact us right away.

Cause Related Marketing

Being linked with a good cause might assist your customers understand what you care about and what your values are.
This increases their faith in you, which motivates them to buy from you.
From our perspective, we acquire much-needed funding to operate, while you earn more market exposure and improve your reputation for social responsibility in the community, so it’s a win-win situation.

Contact us today to discuss how we can work together to make a difference.

Payroll Giving

Encourage your employees to donate one hour of their monthly wage to Community Essentials to help us support individuals and families who are facing food poverty. A small, consistent donation goes a long way!

Payroll Giving allows your employees to donate to our charity on a regular basis directly from their paycheck. People who get their corporate or personal pension through PAYE (Pay As You Earn) are also eligible to join.

Your employees’ contributions to a Payroll Giving Scheme are deducted from their salary before tax is calculated. This means that employees receive instant tax reduction on their donation — at their highest tax rate.

Setting up a Payroll Giving Scheme for your company is simple. The expense and administration are minimal, and you’ll most likely be able to run the plan using your existing payroll system. Please visit the HMRC website for more information:

Company Giving

Company donations are an effective way for you to contribute to our work right now. Companies can also receive tax benefits for charitable contributions. Money gifts made by your firm to a charity should be paid gross — that is, before tax is deducted. When computing Corporation Tax, these donations are deducted from the total income of your business. Please visit the HMRC website for more information: