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Whatever your business size you can make a real difference to the lives of children with additional needs and their families here in Gloucestershire.
There are many ways you can get involved from choosing us as your Charity of the Year to having a collection box in your workplace. We’re all ears, no matter how wild and wonderful the idea, we’re here to support you in your efforts.
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Charity of the Year
We are proud to have had support from a number of Gloucestershire companies
“Allsorts are a fantastic charity doing some amazing work throughout Gloucestershire. It was important to us as a business to partner with a local charity, as supporting our local community is a huge element of our values at WSP Solicitors. The partnership allowed us to really get staff behind some events, especially around a large Christmas campaign in 2019 to stock up the toy library. Even with a very difficult 2020, the partnership has still be incredibly valuable to us. The Allsorts team were fantastic and it has been a joy to work alongside them.”
Silas Millar – Marketing Manager WSP Solicitors
“Allsorts is a brilliant charity close to our hearts as it has personally helped our Assistant Site Manager and so it seemed an obvious choice as Linden Homes’ charity of the year.
Our staff really got behind the charity and we held quiz nights, bake sales, a golf day, a Christmas raffle, a firewalk and a charity boxing match over the course of the year. The fundraising events were fun activities for our staff to get involved in and they also provided a great opportunity for us to contact our subcontractors and suppliers to ask for help too.
By working closely with the team at Allsorts, we were able to donate furniture when they moved premises and the team would keep us updated by sending case studies which we could include in our monthly staff newsletter to raise awareness internally about who the money was benefitting and they would also invite us to events.
Fundraising really is key to Allsorts survival and we raised almost £15,000, which helped fund the toy library and has made a huge impact on local families. Allsorts is a small, local charity where every pound makes a huge difference and it was a great choice as our charity of the year.”