Fundraise for PEEK
1 in 4 children in Glasgow are experiencing poverty. Support from our partners and businesses like you is vital in helping us champion the needs of our communities. We can work together to create a partnership that suits your business needs and objectives while supporting mission and vision.
Charity of the Year
From taking part in running marathons and climbing mountains to holding cake sales and fundraising balls, customers, employees and members are fundraising for a great cause, working better together as a team and engaging with business CSR strategies.
A Charity of the Year Partnership can offer benefits including;
Generating positive local and national PR
Demonstrating your company values and commitment to your customers and local community
Encouraging team building
Providing great staff engagement opportunities.
We can support our partnership by;
Creating marketing material to raise awareness of your support and encourage fundraising
Giving informative and motivational presentations to your colleagues or members
Providing fundraising tools, tips and trick
We organize a number of high profile fundraising events each year. We are also lucky to benefit from a number of events organized by our supporters, such as charity balls, lunches and sport matches and some of these are held every year. These events usually involve a charity auction and we are always looking for donations of ‘money-can’t-buy’ auction items to maximise our fundraising.
“While the pandemic has presented unprecedented challenges for our families and service providers in the city, the team at PEEK continued to provide support to our most vulnerable families in many different ways during the pandemic, from food support, activity packs for children during lockdown and warm winter jackets, to mention just a few of the types of supports provided. The support for children is central to all the work that PEEK do, and I really value our relationship with PEEK and how we continue to work in partnership in developing services and supports to help achieve our shared ambition to reduce child poverty in Glasgow.” – Gena Howe, Child Poverty Manager, Glasgow City Council.
For more information about fundraising, please email – firstname.lastname@example.org