Corporate Support

One-off Donations

Many companies choose to make a straightforward charitable donation.  A gift from your company can directly help distressed and vulnerable children and young people, and we can provide feedback on the difference your donation has made to share with key audiences, such as employees.

It costs Nature and Nurture an average of £1800 to see a child for a course of individual therapy, and approximately £1,000 for a child to attend one of our groups, and we rely on donations to ensure that we can continue our much needed work.

Corporate Partnerships

Through developing a Corporate Partnership, socially responsible companies can increase market share, raise their profile amongst their stakeholders and boost staff motivation.  These are only some of the benefits of being involved in a good cause – whatever your CSR objectives, we would be delighted to help you achieve them.

Good Cause of the Year

We are always interested to hear from companies who are considering adopting Nature and Nurture as their Good Cause of the Year. There are many imaginative and innovative ways for the partnership to flourish and provide real tangible benefits to your company and those affected by mental health difficulties.

Sponsorship

Corporate sponsorship is a fantastic way to support Nature and Nurture – you could sponsor an event, provide a venue, donate an auction lot or raffle prize for one of our fundraising events, buy a corporate table at our next fundraising ball, or help with advertising and/or printing costs.

Click here for full details of sponsorship packages for our fundraising Ball in September 2017.

Payroll Giving

It is easy and inexpensive to set up a payroll giving scheme.  Payroll giving allows your employees to make regular donations to Nature and Nurture through their payroll, and shows that you care about the causes that are important to them.

If you would like to talk to us about any of the above ways to support us, please give us a call or drop us an email.

Any support you can give Nature and Nurture to help children and young people would be very gratefully received. Thank you.

Latest news

  • Aromatherapy and Yoga on offer at our 2-day Therapy Group17th August 2018 - 8:01 pm

    Huge thanks to Natasha Restrick of Holistic Aromatherapy & Massage (Natasha Restrick) and Julie Bates of Little Lotus Yoga for Children for giving up their time this week to offer sessions on aromatherapy and yoga for the children who attended our 2-day therapy group. Both sessions were extremely powerful and the children loved them! They […]

  • SUMMER THERAPY GROUP FOR TEENAGERS STARTING SHORTLY25th May 2018 - 7:58 pm

    Is your child, or a child you know, struggling with an emotional issue or mental health difficulty at the moment? Perhaps they have experienced a bereavement, family break up, bullying or other upsetting situation and are feeling very sad, or it has affected their confidence or self-esteem. Maybe they are feeling anxious, and this could […]

  • Wild Mud Run – Osmaston Park – Saturday 24th March25th March 2018 - 7:40 pm

      For the second year running our wonderful patron, Philippa Walker-Okeover, got muddy in support of Nature and Nurture! This year she had support from friends Henrietta and Emma, and our very own Kirsty Cooper, and our volunteer Grace Wonder also joined in the fun supporting the runners as a marshal.  We are full of […]

  • Fundraising Ceilidh18th March 2018 - 7:34 pm

    Huge thanks to Miriam Ingram and the Harding family for organising a fantastic Ceilidh on Friday 16th March at Ashbourne Golf Club and donating a share of the proceeds to Nature and Nurture.  We are so grateful for your support!

  • New Therapy Group Starting on Tuesday 13th March21st February 2018 - 6:37 pm

      Is your child, or a child you know, struggling with an emotional issue or mental health difficulty at the moment? Perhaps they have experienced a bereavement, family break up, bullying or other upsetting situation and are feeling very sad, or it has affected their confidence or self-esteem. Maybe they are feeling anxious, and this […]