Hope is rooted in its local communities. Our corporate supporters are proud to be associated with us and know the big difference that their support makes to our young people.
They also know that we will do whatever we can to ensure that businesses and their employees get the positive public recognition and goodwill that their support deserves.
Check below for information on getting your business involved with Hope.
Step up for the community
Could your company do something to support Hope? Download our corporate fundraising pack below for ideas and information about how you can be part of our community and show everyone that you are making the difference.
Hope is currently the only organisation providing comprehensive pre and post bereavement support for children and young people who have a family member diagnosed with any life-threatening illness. We are a registered charity (UK registered Charity No 1135680) and since 2009 have been active both locally and nationally, supporting young people with a relative who has been diagnosed with a life-threatening illness.
Your support is precious. Please step up and help.
Making the difference
It goes to show the recognition and high regard that Hope and the Y-Team have in the local community after colleagues and customers voted in great numbers for them to be our charity partner of the year. I commend their eagerness in giving up their spare time to help out with such passion and drive for this worthwhile cause and they’re never short of fundraising ideas! It’s given me and my colleagues great pleasure and pride working with them. I’d certainly recommend them to other businesses.
Store Manager, Sainsbury’s Ross-on-Wye
Some of our precious corporate supporters and partners
A longterm partnership, the wonderful people at Broome Farm have supported us in a myriad of ways – from donating the proceeds from events at the farm and the Yew Tree Inn to allowing us to use their venues for youth trips.Visit Broome Farm›
Harrison Clark Rickerbys
The Ross-on-Wye branch of Harrison Clark Rickerbys has supported Hope organising fundraising quizzes and offering pro-bono legal advice.
Staff of local HSBC branches mentored our Y-Teams in budgeting and financial management, gave volunteering days and supported our fundraising events.
Matt Bedford – Web development
Matt Bedford is a freelance web developer who, over 3 months, on an entirely voluntary basis designed, built and integrated the website you are looking at now.Visit Matt Bedford – Web development›
Sainsbury’s Ross-on-Wye has chosen Hope as its charity of the year several times. We’re extremely grateful for all their in-store fundraising efforts and donations of goods towards our youth sessions during this time.Visit Sainsbury’s Ross-on-Wye›
The Royal Hotel
Staff of the Royal Hotel, Ross-on-Wye have kindly allowed us to use conference suites at no cost and provide refreshments.Visit The Royal Hotel›
Thorne & Co
Thorne & Co accountants provided extensive pro-bono accountancy services.Visit Thorne & Co›
The enthusiastic team at Ross TSB ran in-store competitions, book-sales and took part in our ‘Jump for Hope’ skydive to raise money for Hope.Visit TSB›
The staff have raised funds for Hope on an ongoing basis by organising imaginative and fun events in store. They also gave volunteering time at Hope events.Visit White Stuff›
Let’s discuss your support
Corporate partners and donors are an incredibly important part of our work, often featuring at our events, in our promotional materials and gaining goodwill and visibility that money just cannot buy.
Above all, they help guarantee ongoing support to children and young people who would otherwise have nowhere to turn.
We’d love to hear from you today to discuss all the positive and engaging opportunities for your organisation to get involved in our work. Thank you.