Partner with UnitingCare Wesley Bowden
UnitingCare Wesley Bowden is a not-for-profit organisation committed to building strong relationships within the corporate sector to expand new initiatives in key areas of disadvantage in the community.
By working in partnership with UnitingCare Wesley Bowden we can tailor a strategy for supporting the community in which your business operates, that is inline with your core business and that will reinforce the values of your company’s brand.
Why form a community corporate partnership?
For over 150 years UnitingCare Wesley Bowden has been supporting disadvantaged children, families, disabled, frail aged and whole communities by providing them with food, warm clothes and bedding, secure homes and a safe and nurturing environment to enable them to live with hope and dignity. UnitingCare Wesley Bowden invites you to form a community corporate partnership to support vulnerable people and make a difference in our community. Regular giving allows UnitingCare Wesley Bowden to plan and develop programs for a sustainable change.
The benefits of a community corporate partnership
A community corporate partnership program not only contributes to a positive and measurable change in the wider community but also offers a return on investment to your organisation.
A partnership with UnitingCare Wesley Bowden gives your staff the opportunity to help create solutions to the issues facing disadvantaged individuals in the community leading to increased staff morale. Generating a general ‘feel-good’ factor throughout the workplace benefits your organisation with higher productivity and makes you an attractive employer of choice.
Forming a community corporate partnership is not only socially responsible, but also distinguishes your organisation as progressive and a market leader. Reinforcing the values of your company enhances your organisations profile and provides the opportunity to build and sustain brand loyalty with customers and shareholders.
Seeking to make a difference and understanding the needs of the community is an investment in the people involved in your business and in the communities that make a vibrant South Australia.
How to get involved
Financial donations are always welcome. Click below to make a cash donation.
Employee volunteering programs. Allow staff limited time to volunteer in activities that suit their particular professional skills and interests.
Workplace giving. Charitable pre-tax payroll donations on a regular basis allow for planning and development of programs with the raised funds.
For more information contact
UnitingCare Wesley Bowden
77 Gibson Street
Bowden, SA, 5007
Telephone (08) 8245 7100