Business & Corporate Support

Why Partner With Us?

Help tackle a major social issue in our communities.

Raise your profile by contributing to your corporate and social responsibility agenda.

Increase Employee Engagement.

Gain access to a range of FREE training sessions for your team.

Gain skills through volunteering.

We have experience of partnering with both large and small employers including; Marks & SpencerSainsbury’sEnterpriseBetty’sAsdaTong Garden CentreKnightsbridge FurnitureTwentysixRadstudioSantanderCreative Hair and Beauty, and Cap and Collar.

What Your Support Means

Provides wellbeing and learning resources for someone in one of our skill shops

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Helps someone begin their recovery journey with a one-to-one support and action planning session

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Provides mediation services to help someone remain in work, and to advise their employer on steps they could take to help keep their employee well

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Provides 30 people, aged 16+ with in-work support for the mental health and wellbeing during the first 6 months of their new job

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Could allow 100 clients to attend our 6-week Haven post-crisis course

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Trains 50 volunteer Peer Support Workers, to help others across local organisations, increasing our community’s resilience, and leaving a wide-reaching legacy impact

What You Can Do For Us

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A one off fundraiser can show your staff that mental health means something to you. You could also sponsor our events or donate a raffle prize.
gift your time

A day or half a day from your staff helps us to run an event or sort our gardens to make them welcoming. There’s always something to do!

match it

Your staff can challenge themselves to raise funds for us and you can show you care by matching whatever they raise.

make us yours

Make us your Charity of the Year. Take us into your heart and work with us to promote mental health to your staff whilst raising vital funds.

Offer a Work Placement

Pathways to 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 pathwaystoemployment@thecellartrust.org to find out more.

What We Can Do For You

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Mental Health Awareness Training

We offer mental health and wellbeing courses that can support your staff. We can even create bespoke training for your business

Dedicated Fundraiser

A Dedicated Fundraiser

 

Our fundraising officer is on hand to support you on your journey, offering inspiration to make your fundraising a success and cheering you on.

Event Resources

Event Resources

 

We can provide collection tubs, posters, flyers and more to support your event.

Invites And Recognition

Invites and Recognition

 

We like to shout about the amazing things people do to fundraise for us. You will be invited to join us at our events and kept up to date on our progress.

Partner Feedback

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Katy, ACS Business Supplies

“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.”

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Dan, M & S, Bradford

“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.”