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Corporate Donations

Corporate Donations

The diversity of our projects and the fact we work with people of all ages – from children and young people to older people – means there is always an aspect of our work that will inspire your company and help you meet your corporate social responsibility objectives.

We can provide regular updates to demonstrate the impact of your support, including photos, quotes and case studies. There are also opportunities to visit our work and engage employees as volunteers.

Contact Ross Hunter (tel: 0207 473 9686) for an informal discussion about how we can work in partnership.

Examples of how you can make a lasting difference at Community Links

We are currently seeking the support of independent funders to help us sustain and develop our network of Community Hubs. These are multipurpose centres at the heart of deprived communities, offering an ‘all under one roof’ integrated service including:

  • Providing places for children from the most disadvantaged families to play, learn and grow.
  • Activities that divert young people from anti-social behaviour and build their skills and confidence.
  • Advice and employment programmes for parents and other local residents.                       

Our Hubs also provide space for activities developed and delivered by the local community.

“Everyone is using the centre, there’s somewhere to go and meet friends and things to do now” Resident using our Rokeby Hub in Stratford

A donation of £10,000 will enable us to run holiday play schemes at our Hubs - providing children between the ages of 5 and 11 with safe, fun and exciting play activities during the school holidays, helping to broaden their horizons and raise their aspirations through new and challenging experiences.

£30,000 will enable us to employ a Family Support Worker to offer practical advice and support to families who are at risk of leading chaotic lives due to issues such as financial poverty, long-term unemployment, poor living conditions and alcohol or drug abuse.

A contribution of £65,000 will keep one of our Open Access play schemes open for a year – providing a safe and reliable place for up to 200 children to take part in a range of positive activities aimed at building their confidence and raising their aspirations.

£140,000 will keep the doors of one of our Community Hubs open for a year, running a range of services for people of all ages, uniting and empowering vulnerable communities whilst building resilience and helping to prevent social problems from occurring.