Support from Corporate Partnerships is very important to us and there are several ways that you can help the Tim Kiver Foundation: –
- Gifts in Kind
- Staff Fundraising and Matched Giving
- Nominated Charity of the Year
Your support is crucial for us to fulfil the Foundation’s mission objectives to provide support to adults and children in the UK who are effected by ADHD. Support of any kind is welcome so if your employer, or your company, would like to support the Foundation please contact us at: [email protected]
Gifts In Kind
Pro bono support is crucial for us as a brand new charity. We would be extremely grateful to hear from any company that can offer their expertise, skills and resources. If your company is able to offer pro bono support, please contact the Foundation at: [email protected]
The Tim Kiver Foundation is thankful for donations of all sizes from companies of all sizes! We will do our utmost to generate positive publicity should donors wish their generosity to be recognised publicly.
Staff Fundraising and Matched Giving
Events such as Dress Down days and Bring in Cakes days are firm favourites, so why not set aside one day a month to support our Foundation. At the same time and for all those eager fundraisers amongst your dedicated teams, why not go one step further by matching the monies that they raise for the Tim Kiver Foundation.
Nominated Charity of the Year
Does your company have a employee nominated Charity of the Year? If it does, why not nominate the Tim Kiver Foundation? If you or your staff choose our Foundation as your nominated Charity of the Year, we will help to make it a successful venture for both your company and our charity. It is a fantastic opportunity for your whole organisation to work together in support of our mission objectives – Fundraising for the Tim Kiver Foundation really does raise awareness and genuinely change our beneficiary’s lives in a positive way.
We would like to say a HUGE Thank You in advance on behalf of ALL our beneficiaries and the UK ADHD organisations we intend to fund through grants
– Tim Kiver, Founder