The I Love Campaign
LOVE is in the air in South Yorkshire, with local businesses set to show how much they care about the town through a new community focused initiative.
The 'I Love' campaign is giving businesses the opportunity to make a real difference to the area by tackling local issues at a grassroots level.
E-mail email@example.com right away to get involved with the 'I Love South Yorkshire' campaign.
By supporting the 'I Love' campaign, your business will join a community who are working to make the area a better place and reap the following benefits:
- Community Impact
- Company Profile
- Community Support
- Staff engagement
Read more about the wide range of benefits to businesses through the 'I Love South Yorkshire' campaign.
Generous local businesses can support the causes that matter most in their area, with separate 'I Love' community funds for Barnsley, Doncaster, Rotherham, Sheffield and South Yorkshire. Follow the 'I Love' link below for the campaign in your area.
Meet the Founder Partners of the I Love campaign
The P&A Partnership
The Chambers of Commerce throughout South Yorkshire are also on board...
Richard Wright, chief executive of the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce (right of picture), said: "Our mission is to maximise the success and prosperity of our members but also to assist them in making a valuable contribution to the area as a whole.
"The 'I Love Sheffield' campaign is extremely inspiring in its mission to help unsung heroes that are tackling important local issues and we are confident that Sheffield's business community will come together to make a real difference with their support."
Andrew Denniff, executive director of Barnsley and Rotherham Chamber of Commerce (left of picture), said: "Barnsley and Rotherham are wonderful towns full of community focused organisations and people who have a commitment to putting something back into the area.
"This new campaign will give businesses throughout Barnsley and Rotherham the opportunity to demonstrate their love for the area by helping communities tackle important local issues."
Howard Gannaway, chief executive of Doncaster Chamber of Commerce (centre of picture), said: "The Chamber is extremely happy to back this campaign and we are confident that it will be supported well by businesses in Doncaster that want to put something back into the community.
"There is a lot of passion for showcasing our town, from businesses and the people that work within them, and this is a perfect opportunity to show just how much we love living and working in Doncaster."
Helping you to think innovatively to show your love for South Yorkshire
SYCF are perfectly placed to link businesses to vital community projects needing help in South Yorkshire.
We will help businesses think innovatively about how they can provide assistance to communities in need in addition to financial support.
This might typically include volunteers to assist with a community project, providing spare meeting places for groups or pro bono work.
See our inspiring case study about how volunteers from accountancy firm Grant Thornton helped revitalise a community greenspace.
How to get involved?
For an annual donation of £1,000 (or £84 a month) your business can become an Official Partner of the 'I Love South Yorkshire' campaign, working with SYCF to make a real tangible difference to lives of unsung heroes in local communities.
Half of this donation will be used for immediate grant making in local communities, half will be used to support the ongoing charitable work of SYCF and to help us to connect your organisation to community and voluntary projects.
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest with full contact details and a member of the SYCF team will be in touch to discuss how you can show your love for your area through the 'I Love South Yorkshire' campaign.
Alternatively call 0114 2424857 to speak directly to a member of staff.
You can also fundraise for I Love...
Don't worry if your business doesn't have £1,000 available, you can still support the 'I Love' campaign by organising a series of fundraising events. If your fundraising hits the £1,000 target your will be made an Official Partner of the campaign.
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