As a company, there are a number of ways in which you can support Clan.
As a charity, we are constantly astounded by the generosity of individuals, groups, and companies as well as funding from various trusts. These donations really do allow us to continue offering free support services to anyone affected by cancer. For more information on any of the above please contact the Fundraising Team on email@example.com or call 01224 647000.
You could get involved by attending Clan events such as in-house events, golf days and corporate dinners. We have a range of Clan merchandise which you could sell for us at your workplace reception. We also have donation houses which could be placed around your workplace.
We can come to your workplace or you and your colleagues can visit Clan House or any of our community bases. We will do a short talk about Clan and the services we provide at lunch and learns or corporate events which is a great way to help us spread the word about Clan and the support we can offer.
If you are hosting a corporate event and need favours, we can help. We can provide Clan merchandise with a personalised card attached and the option of including your company logo, event name and event date for a minimum donation of £1.50 each.
Does your company have an Employee Volunteering Day? Why not give your hours to Clan? You could help at one of our many fundraising events or in one of our Clan charity shops.
This is a simple and tax efficient way for your employees to make a regular donation to Clan through their pay packet. All donations are tax free, so it costs less to give more. If your company is not already part of the Give As You Earn scheme, you can find further information at the Charities Aid Foundation website.
We can provide you with donation envelopes, including a gift aid form, for your event. Perfect for when asking guests for a donation to Clan. We can include your company logo, event name and event date.
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Clan offers free support to anyone affected by cancer in north-east Scotland, Moray, Orkney and Shetland. Please help support us.
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