AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Prospecting for Gold publishes second newsletter Howard Lake | 13 June 2004 | News Each edition of the newsletter includes details of 10 people who have recently acquired considerable wealth.The newsletter is published quarterly at no charge. Tagged with: Consulting & Agencies Digital Prospect research Recruitment / people 18 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Prospect research specialists Prospecing for Gold latest e-mail newsletter includes recommended Web sites and details of rich lists.Prospecting for Gold’s e-mail newsletter features links to a list of the 60 largest contributions in the United States in 2003, a searchable database of political donations made by individuals in the USA, and lists of wealthy people in the Midlands or Yorkshire.In their rich list section they feature the Deloitte Football Rich list, Hello magazine’s profiles, and Dodds, the parliamentary publisher which provides biographies for all MP’s, Lords and Senior Civil servants. Advertisement About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.
12 corporate partnerships benefitting UK charities with fundraising & other support TRICO & Speed of SightOriginal equipment wiper blade manufacturer, TRICO, is now the headline sponsor for charity, Speed Of Sight. Speed Of Sight is run by blind race car driver and multiple World Record holder, Mike Newman and co-founder John Galloway and hosts driving experiences for people with disabilities The charity has had four cars specially designed and built that allow people of all ages with disabilities to enjoy the excitement and thrill of driving. The vehicles, named after Mike’s guide dogs, are specially designed with dual controls and twin steering wheels and the buggies are equipped with hand controls. Speed Of Sight’s experiences take place nationwide at racing circuits, off road tracks or any venue with a large enough car park or area, where a circuit can be created. 375 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Bank of England, Childline & ShelterThe Bank of England has chosen Childline and Shelter as its new Charities of the Year. Each year colleagues put forward charities of their choice via a nomination process. The nominated charities are shortlisted by staff and all colleagues then have the opportunity to vote for the charity they want to support. The two shortlisted charities with the highest number of votes become our charitable partners for a 12-month period. Toyota & BBC Children in NeedToyota (GB) has raised more than £1.1 million for BBC Children in Need’s 2020 Appeal. The sum was achieved through activities including fundraising by Toyota centres nationwide, which included a staff competition to guess the number of Pudseys in a GR Supra (main image), and a text-to-win prize draw for a Toyota Proace Matino Campervan, provided in association with Wellhouse Leisure. As part of its partnership with BBC Children in Need, Toyota also provided support vehicles for The One Show’s Rickshaw Challenge. Kleenex & In Kind DirectKleenex® is donating 250,000 of its new hygiene face masks to support charities. The face masks will be distributed across thousands of In Kind Direct’s charity partners, covering a wide range of causes across the UK such as food banks and community centres. GLA, SocialBox.Biz & London charitiesThe Greater London Authority (GLA) is giving away its old technology to a social enterprise, in a bid to help the vulnerable stay connected over the winter lockdown. The partnership between the GLA and SocialBox.Biz will see an initial 400 items of technology distributed to charities working with London’s elderly, homeless and refugees. SocialBox.Biz has agreed to securely wipe the data from the old laptops and computers, add open-source software, and distribute them to those in need through their charity partners, which include Age UK London and the Single Homeless Project. Tagged with: corporate corporate fundraising Deutsche Bank & Hospice UKDeutsche Bank employees have raised £722,000 for charity Hospice UK to help people up-and-down the country access hospice and end of life care and support. The bank dedicated its 14th annual One Day fundraising campaign to Hospice UK, its UK Charity of the Year for 2020 and 2021. This year’s event moved online to adhere to Covid restrictions, with employees pledging to donate a day’s salary to the cause. Deutsche Bank employees joined ITV Political Editor and Vice President of Hospice UK, Robert Peston and the charity’s CEO, Tracey Bleakley for ‘A Conversation With’ event with palliative care expert Dr Rachel Clarke, and took part in a virtual quiz with a host of celebrity stars, including BAFTA winning comedian, Jo Brand, cricketer Monty Panesar and DJ Fatboy Slim. Hermes UK and EmmausHomelessness charity Emmaus has announced that Hermes UK has become a corporate partner, supporting its aim to give its companions a home, meaningful work and a sense of belonging. The funds raised by Hermes will be used across the UK to expand the services the charity is able to offer.. With support from Hermes, Emmaus hopes to increase the number of people they can support in the UK and improve training and development opportunities that companions can access. Hermes will aim to raise a minimum of £100k for the charity through fundraising activities with clients and employees. The business is also exploring other ways to support the charity, including providing valuable work experience and work placements, running technology and interview training workshops and donating items for companions. Hammerson Giving Back ProjectHammerson has launched its Giving Back Project, a new scheme which will see 88 charities, community groups and other organisations across the UK receive grants to support their work. As part of the initiative, Hammerson’s nine flagship destinations across the country are each distributing £20,000 to local charities. The Giving Back Project specifically aims to support groups that have been particularly badly impacted by the pandemic. Each centre collaborated with a local community foundation to oversee applications from charities and other groups, which were then reviewed by a panel. Successful applicants include Caring in Bristol, Leeds Women’s Aid, and CommuniCare. Northern Monk & NHS workersNorthern Monk brewery has given away 5,000 cans of its flagship beer, Faith, to NHS employees, front line care workers and educators across the UK. As a thank you for continuing to care for, and teach, the country during this difficult time, 5,000 cans of Faith were listed free of charge on Northern Monk’s online shop, encouraging people to ‘Keep The Faith’. This is the second time that Northern Monk has completed a 5,000 can donation – the brewery did the same thing back in March. The complimentary beer was available in packs of 4x330ml cans via Northern Monk’s online shop and all cans were claimed. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Aberdeen Standard Investments & London’s Air AmbulanceAberdeen Standard Investments has confirmed a new three-year charity partnership with London’s Air Ambulance, having supported the charity since 2012. The new partnership, that will run until 2023, will continue to provide lifesaving funding to the London’s Air Ambulance service, whose advanced trauma team treat critically injured patients on the roadside and serve the ten million people living and working within London and the M25. Primark & CHASPrimark’s bag levy donations have reached the £1 million mark for CHAS. The company chose to give all bag levy sale proceeds to CHAS after the Scottish Government introduced a law for large retailers to impose a 5p minimum charge on all single use bags. Since the launch of the partnership in 2015, Primark has donated a total of £1.4 million to CHAS and handed over £241,000 this year alone. From Charity of the Year partnerships to donations of money and goods, here are 12 companies currently supporting good causes around the UK. About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com. Melanie May | 27 November 2020 | News Ageas Insurance & Rays of SunshineAgeas Insurance has announced a year-long extension of its partnership with Rays of Sunshine. The partnership, which launched in January 2020, has raised £23,500 already. In spite of the restrictions during lockdown, from sponsored beard shaves and hosting virtual bingo sessions, to taking on personal challenges, Ageas staff have continued to support the charity. Additionally, during the month of October, Ageas staff hosted a Run4Wishes event, which saw over 50 employees take on a 10-mile run around their local areas and raised £12,000.