Corporate support Neurological conditions can affect someone at any time of life, but are most commonly diagnosed when people are still working. The impact can be life-changing - imagine hearing the news that a condition you have is going to dramatically alter what you do and how you live. How would it affect your family life? Many people have to give up careers they have loved and worked hard for. Here at the Neuro Therapy Centre, we focus on keeping people fit and healthy, both physically and emotionally. Our work helps them stay independent for longer, giving them a future after diagnosis. But we can’t do our work alone. The Centre costs around £10,000 a week to run - by giving us your support you can become part of turning people’s lives around. How you can help Charity of the year If your company is looking to support a charity this year, why not nominate the Neuro Therapy Centre? It is a great way to help raise funds for a local charity and increase awareness about neurological conditions and our work. You could develop a year-round partnership with us or you can support us during a campaign, such as MS Awareness Week or Parkinson’s Awareness Week in April. We are happy to work together with you to tailor ideas for the partnership. Contact Katie to enquire about nominating the Neuro Therapy Centre as your company's charity of the year. Donation A financial donation will help us provide support to local people affected by a neurological condition. Your donation could help fund our daily physiotherapy programme, buy a piece of equipment for our accessible gym, or help us give Carers support. Are your employees doing fundraising – perhaps your company could match-fund what they raise? Contact Katie to find out what we are currently raising funds towards. Sponsorship Sponsorship can be a great way to get your company recognised. You can support our work, sponsor one of our fundraising events such as our golf day, or even run an event for us yourselves. Current Sponsors - Clarins, Bell Meadow, Laundry b and Cleaning 4 Causes. Contact Katie to discuss your sponsorship. Gifts in kind There are many ways your company can support the Centre and gifts and time can be just as valuable as money. Whether it’s prizes for events, painting and decorating equipment, giving advice, employee volunteering, or even making cakes for our café, we would be very grateful for your gift. To enquire about donating a gift please speak to a member of our Fundraising Team. Join one of our events Whether you enter a corporate team into the Chester Half Marathon or bring guests to our Fashion Show or Golf Day - there’s plenty for you to get involved in. Contact Shannah to enquire about events. Host a collection box Why not host one of our collection boxes? It’s a simple and effective way to support the Centre, raise our profile and get your local community involved. Contact Shannah to organise having a collection box at your organisation. What we can offer you Support for awareness events at work We can help by providing speakers and activities to increase awareness amongst staff about neurological conditions, improving understanding of their impact in the workplace, and highlighting how to get support. Help you meet your CSR objectives Supporting the Neuro Therapy Centre will mean that your charitable support is helping people in your community. Your company will be supporting people with neurological conditions to live as independently as possible whilst inspiring and motivating your customers and employees. Staff development Volunteering with us can support staff development and promote team building amongst your staff. The satisfaction they can get from helping at the Centre or getting involved in one of our events can be a huge motivator as well as giving them opportunities to get involved in new tasks. Recognition We will promote your brand and make your company and support visible. We have an active social media presence and a dedicated website page where we publicly thank our business supporters. We also take every opportunity we can to feature in our local and regional media.