Support us – corporates

Why Good Vibrations?

  • We are a lean charity so your support goes a long way
  • We make a real difference to people’s lives on the ground
  • We have an excellent reputation and 16 years of experience
  • We reach some of the most vulnerable people in the UK
  • Our work contributes to reducing crime and social isolation
  • And to increasing tolerance, inclusion and social justice
  • We work across the UK in prisons, young offender institutions, secure hospitals and in the community

Check out our Annual report and accounts to find out more

Our patron Bill Bailey

The benefits to you

  • Connect directly to the people and organisations you are helping
  • We offer a range of volunteering opportunities for your team
  • We have a large network of partner organisations across the UK
  • A modest donation has a tangible impact
  • Demonstrate effective Corporate and Social Responsibility
  • You can be at the forefront of groundbreaking academic research
  • We can offer original and powerful team-building days
  • Align your brand to a charity that makes real positive change

There are many ways you can support us:

Through corporate funding

  • Donate or sponsor our work
  • Put your name to an award

Through your team

  • Book us to run your next team-building day
  • Set up a payroll giving scheme
  • Invite staff to put on fundraising events for us
  • Allow your staff to volunteer with us as mentors and on projects

Or you can

  • Offer support in kind
  • Donate prizes for fundraising auctions
  • Offer match funding for our campaigns
  • Provide opportunities for our past participants

Talk to us

We are happy to discuss these and other options of how we can work together. Good Vibrations is creative, flexible and committed to ensuring positive outcomes for everyone we work with. Contact our Director Katy Haigh if you would like to know more.

07535 145797

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