Sponsorship

Sponsorship

We can offer bespoke sponsorship opportunities to businesses who want to be involved with the inspiring work that we do in the field of inclusion and learning disability. These can start from the basic Corporate Friendship for £250 a year, to larger, one-off support for a particular project. We feel it is important to ensure that there is a good philosophical fit between our priorities and the businesses that support us, so welcome meetings to explore possibilities. Several of our regular supporters have a strong commitment to corporate social responsibility and investing in community-based charities suggested by their employees. They also welcome the fact we tour throughout Wales and the UK, giving them greater profile. We have developed strong relationships with business supporters over the years.

Businesses that have supported projects recently include Legal & General, Wales & West Utilities, Barclays and Western Power Distribution.

We work with Arts and Business Cymru and business sponsorship can often lever an additional grant from them, adding value to the project as well as giving profile to the business partner. Several of our business partners have won A & B Cymru awards as a result of their sponsorship of Hijinx.

If you are interested in discussing different sponsorship opportunities, please contact Clare Williams.

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