Corporate partners and fundraisers are really important to us and we're actively seeking new partnerships and relationships to help us achieve our goals of providing practical assistance for tradespeople & their families who face life changing and limiting conditions.
We appreciate that some organisations are in a position to make financial donations whereas others are able to provide free products or services which could assist our charity in delivering our mission.
From donated construction materials and auction prizes to IT services or marketing materials there are lots of ways in which organisations can support Band of Builders, not only do these elements have financial costs to our charity but they take funds which could be allocated towards a future project which is why your support is vital, it can reduce or eliminate the core costs of the charity allowing us to help more families in the construction industry who need our help.
Have you considered choosing Band of Builders as your organisations 'charity of the year'? This is a great way to support us and will allow our charity to benefit from fundraising activities by your organisation and it’s employees for the whole year!
If your organisation is interested in supporting Band of Builders in any way please get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are proud to work with businesses of all sizes, meet some of our corporate partners who allow us to carry out our mission!
Our mission is to improve the lives of members of the UK construction industry who are faced with life changing or limiting circumstances. We power this mission by raising money to fund internal or external adaptations to suit our beneficiaries specific needs. Read below some ouf our recent projects, with your support we can continue to make a difference!
Kyle is fifteen and was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis when he was just a few days old. Having been in and out of hospital and on medication since birth, he doesn’t know what it’s like to live a normal life.
James Dodd, age 11 the son of Iain Dodd a Plasterer from Hemel Hempstead suffers from a rare disease called Mitochondrial Disease. Unfortunately James is unable to get in and out of the family home in his wheelchair which Band of Builders aims to change.
Ronnie’s condition means he is confined to areas that his motorised wheelchair can access and as a result the families current shower is no longer accessible. Band of Builders aim is to adapt the family bathroom to create a wet room suitable for Ronnie's changing needs.