You are a board member, senior executive, or the PA of the same, who is interested in your company supporting a charity through fundraising events. This is a fantastic way to raise staff morale, improve staff dynamics and give something back to the community
How we can help you
We can work with you to develop an exciting
programme of fundraising events for your employees to take part in (see
examples below). In addition we can also advise on a number of CSR issues
including setting up a foundation, setting and meeting fundraising targets and
running a Charity of the Year campaign.
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We run an exciting national and international
programme of events throughout the year. You can
either join an existing event (with no
commitment to minimum numbers) or ask us to
design a bespoke event for exclusive use by your
company. Whichever way you decide to benefit all
our events come with the following free of
- free sales copy and images for use in internal marketing (example)
- branded booking links for employees to register their participation (example)
- integrated online fundraising pages (example)
- online reporting for you to keep track of all activity (example)
- full event management and administration
- event participant hotline for your employees to call with their questions
For an instant no obligation chat about your requirements please...
Email Us: email@example.com
020 7424 5500
"Skyline did a great job in helping us organize our flagship Charity Cycle Challenge for over 50 people raising over �100k for MSF. The whole Skyline team were all very professional and personable, easy to work with and got the job done."
And, it�s true that leading global companies have recognized the role their organizations play in addressing our collective environmental and societal challenges. As Unilever�s Paul Polman states:
"This is a great time for brands which can provide a beacon of trust for consumers. These days, CEOs don�t just get judged by how well their share prices are doing, but by what impact they are having on society."