Becoming a corporate partner of Dandelion Time offers a unique opportunity to engage both customers and staff and help transform the lives of vulnerable children and families.
We work with a range of corporate partners across the UK and locally within the South East.
Why partner with Dandelion Time
Make a Lasting Impact and help transform the lives of vulnerable children and families. Read all abour our impact here
Corporate Social Responsibility demonstrate your organisation’s commitment to creating positive change for your community
Leave a Legacy at Dandelion by helping to develop our site for children in enjoy in years to come
Boost Employee Engagement learn new skills, build team bonds and get inspired in the beautiful outdoors!
Positive PR Coverage to enhance your reputation to improve customer loyalty and engage new customers/ employees
What the Partnership could look like
We want all our partnerships to be rewarding, engaging and mutually beneficial. Each partnership is unique and based on individual needs, but here are a few ideas to get you started
|Make us your
Charity of the Year
Goods & Services
|Partnering with us as your COTY is a fantastic way unite your company!
We will be on hand to develop a calendar of activities, provide you with a range of fundraising materials, support and motivation along the way.
|Do you have specialist knowledge that could benefit our team?
Holding 1-2-1 sessions with our staff is a create way to put your skills to good use and give something back.
|Give a fraction of your salary to Dandelion Time.
Donating the cost of your daily cup of coffee could have a life changing impact on a child and their family.
|Donating a gift in kind can showcase your products or services and help us save valuable resources.
Learn more here
“As a business, COOK has grown up with purpose in its DNA and we work hard to establish long term relationships with partners who share our values and work for a sustainable future. Our use of the Yurt for our individual team days throughout the Summer has provided a calm and trusting space for open conversation and the opportunity to descend on the Dandelion team en masse to do some volunteering and see how the team operate has been so rewarding for so many people.”
Richard Pike, Technical and Sustainability Director at COOK
These are just initial ideas outlining the ways we can work together. To discuss these ideas, or any other ideas you may have, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org