When you refer a new business to Work for Good, we’ll donate £50 to a charity of your choice!*As we highlighted in a previous newsletter, there are so many ways for businesses to ‘do’ Work for Good.
In fact, one of the easiest ways is to refer Work for Good to other businesses, friends, colleagues and family. You can use this email link with some detail or share this link to our sign up page.
All you’ll then need to do is decide which charity you’d like to support. Looking for inspiration? How about one of the below.
Rays of Sunshine
Rays of Sunshine grants wishes for children across the UK (aged three — 18), living with a serious or life-limiting illness. Every day of the year the charity gives brave and deserving young people the chance to put their illness on hold and enjoy a moment of escape.
Elephant Family is a small dynamic NGO on a mission to save a forgotten species from extinction. We look out for both elephants and human families, funding pioneering solutions such as elephant corridors. We work through a network of first class conservation partners, empowering local experts rather than imposing Western ideas on operations.
FareShare is a UK-wide charity that fights hunger and food waste. We redistribute good food that would otherwise go to waste to nearly 2,500 charities and community groups so that they can provide nutritious meals to over 211,565 vulnerable people every week, alongside life-changing support.
Trees for Cities
Trees for Cities is the only charity working on an international scale specialising in planting urban trees and providing volunteering opportunities to bring local people together. We are a game-changing, ambitious organisation that sets the standard for urban forestry worldwide.
Brain & Spine Foundation
The 350 conditions of the brain and spine affect more than 12 million people in the UK. Neurological conditions and associated treatments are often complex and poorly understood by those affected. We exist to provide information and to be there during diagnosis, treatments and in the longer term, to provide support throughout a patient’s journey.
We are a very different kind of charity, offering hope, not handouts. We help some of the poorest women in Malawi and Zambia to work their own way out of poverty. We do this by helping them to open a business with the support of a small loan, training and mentoring enabling these women to work themselves and their families out of poverty.