Let’s work together
There are lots of ways that companies and organisations can support the work we do. As well as helping tackle a major social issue in our communities, supporting us can raise your profile and contribute to your corporate and social responsibility agenda. We can also help you to address mental health in the workplace more effectively.
We have experience of working with both large and small employers including; Marks & Spencer, Sainsbury’s, Asda, Tong Garden Centre, Knightsbridge Furniture, Twentysix, Radstudio, Santander, Creative Hair and Beauty, and Cap and Collar.
“The Cellar Trust were voted in to become our 2019 annual charity partner by an overwhelming majority of the staff here at ACS. Everyone has been very impressed by the good work that everyone at TCT does and the amount of support that they have shown ACS. This partnership has been by far the most collaborative and we are really pleased with the level of engagement from TCT team. From delivering mental health workshops and providing volunteering opportunities, to catering for a supplier event for us – we have really enjoyed working and fundraising for this fabulous charity.”
Katy, ACS Business Supplies
“We have a great charity partnership with The Cellar Trust; providing work placements for some of the charity’s service users, helping with the charity shop, and supporting in-store fundraising. It’s been positive for our staff team and good to promote mental health and the charity’s work to our customers.”
Dan, M&S Bradford
How you can support us
Make us your charity of the year
Making us you charity of the year will make a huge difference to us.
Your team could take on challenges to raise funds for us, commit to a few hours of volunteering throughout the year, or even run a clothing drive each month to help stock our charity shop!
Sponsor one of our events or donate a raffle prize
Throughout the year we run a number of events, which you can sponsor, provide supplies for, or donate raffle prizes for.
From charity balls to Christmas celebrations, there’s plenty of opportunity to support us. Keep an eye on our social media for the latest info.
Take a donation box or bucket
If you’d like to fundraise for us, popping a collection tub in your shop or office is a great way to help.
Loose change can add up quickly, and even a donation of £5 can make big difference to us. Please get in touch if you’d like to know more about this.
How we can support you
Mental health training sessions
We can provide a range of training sessions for your team including Stress Busters, Workplace Wellbeing, and Suicide Awareness Training. These courses will not only provide your employees with the tools to help themselves and other, we also signpost you to other self-help resources, as well as information on how to access further, free of charge, support.
Generate positive PR for your company
It’s important to highlight the amazing work you’re doing for us, so we like to work closely with the companies and organisations that support us by issuing joint press releases and sharing posts on social media to let everyone know what a fantastic thing you’re doing for your local charity and your local community.
Can you offer our service users a work placement or work trial?
Steps into Employment is our free specialist support service for people living with mental and/or physical health issues, who are looking for employment. Work placements and trials help our clients to develop confidence and gain work experience in a supportive environment.
If you are a local business and can provide our services users with work placements or work trials, please contact our employment team via firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
“The work placement at Shipley Health Store was the biggest benefit factor in the improvement of my mental health. Because of the nature of the shop I could go in at a basic level. At first I was just decanting oils into little glass boxes and that was enough for me. Over the weeks my confidence has grown and I now serve in the shop. I love the people, the place, the work and I have realised oh my God I am quite capable, I can work in a shop, I can handle money, and I can talk to people. Suddenly all my skills have come to the surface and my confidence has grown and it’s all through The Cellar Trust. Now I am starting a paid job there but it doesn’t feel like work to me because I enjoy that place so much. It is like going to meet friends.”