Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity Christmas Appeal

Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity Christmas Appeal

Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Chirldren’s Charity
I would like to announce the launch of their Christmas Appeal.

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Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity funds Roald Dahl Specialist Children’s Nurses in communities across the UK. They provide expert care and support to children with serious illnesses, and their families. They believe every seriously ill child should have access to the best possible healthcare. for more information please visit:

Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Chirldren’s Charity
There is a very long tradition of businesses donating money, goods or staff time to charitable causes, all of which falls under the umbrella of philanthropy. It’s becoming increasingly popular for businesses to support charities, whether that is through donating money, fundraising or volunteering. This is with good reason as not only does charity work allow you to help those around you but it can also benefit your business greatly. According to the Charities Aid Foundation, 51% of British adults would be more inclined to buy a product or use a service from a company that donates to charitable causes. So by presenting your company in a positive light and showing your community that you truly care about them, you will develop a great reputation that is likely to pay off in the long run. Sharing impact reporting that shows how charities have benefited from your support also gives those charities the benefit of your marketing channels. So it is important to communicate with the charities you support and build a relationship that continues to add value to your reputation.

Does your organisation provide:

  • Charitable Giving.
  • Investment (of corporate time/effort/ funding).
  • Volunteering: time / professional services / support and activities.
  • Donation: given through a sponsored activity / as % of profit.
  • Sponsorship – type and duration.
  • Do the projects you support provide
  • Impact reporting on your involvement?
  • Do you communicate your support to your staff, customers and the wider pubic audience?
  • Do you promote your support on your literature, website and via your organisation’s social media channels?
  • What level commitment to do you have?
  • How long have you been involved?
  • What kind of support does your organisation offer?