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Become a corporate partner

Join us as a corporate partner and support TASC in helping ambulance staff and their families in times of need.

TASC needs your company to show their support for ambulance staff and their families by partnering with us today. Our corporate partners make a big difference and allow us to continue our work supporting past and present ambulance service personnel and their families.

Whether it’s holding a staff fundraiser over coffee and cake, offering your services pro bono or setting up a payroll giving scheme allowing your staff to donate straight from their pay, every pound raised can make a big difference to the lives of those we support. Here’s what our current partners say about supporting TASC:

'SP Services has selected TASC as one of our chosen charities for 2019 to highlight and aid the fantastic work they do to support our vital emergency service workers.

We are really pleased to name TASC as a charity of choice for 2019 as we appreciate the difficulty our nation’s ambulance staff and their families can experience in seeking and receiving help. It is massively important that they do so when they dedicate their lives to helping all of us day in day out. We are immensely thankful for all the various forms of support TASC can provide to our ambulance service members.

Over the following year we hope we can make a real difference and provide support to the fantastic work TASC do.'

‘DSM Legal is proud to be supporting TASC as our charity of the year. We have family members and friends who work as ambulance crews and we know how dedicated the staff are. They work long shifts and are often the first on the scene to render assistance when we find ourselves unexpectedly experiencing a traumatic life-threatening illness or injury.    

They deal with situations that we cannot even imagine having to face. It is a difficult job, mentally and physically and we owe them a great debt of gratitude. Supporting TASC is our way of helping ambulance staff – ordinary men and women - when they find themselves in need.’

Safestore is delighted to partner with The Ambulance Staff Charity by providing free storage as part of our ‘Charity room in every store’ scheme. We hope that by providing the storage space, we will enable the charity to carry on their work supporting NHS and independent ambulance staff and their families when they face difficulties. We look forward to a positive relationship over the coming years.’

What can you do?

Have these partners given you some ideas? Here are several ways your company can support us:

Employee fundraising

Hold regular events such as dress down days, cake sales or encourage employees to take part in fundraising sporting events   – it’s fun but also raises vital funds to support our work

Making TASC your Charity of the Year

This is the most effective way to support TASC for both us and your company. It allows us to work with you and your employees for a whole year raising funds through creative ideas and events, while ensuring you get all the support and materials you need

Providing gifts in kind

Do you have specific skills or services that could help TASC be more efficient, for example storage, training or skill sharing? Supporting us through pro bono work will enable us to make the most of money raised and provide the best service we can

Developing a Give As You Earn scheme 

Develop a Give As You Earn scheme for your employees to make regular donations directly from their salary - it’s simple but effective.

Becoming a TASC Corporate Partner is a great opportunity to raise awareness of your organisation amongst our audience as we will actively promote the partnership with your company through our website and social media channels.

To discuss how you can support TASC, please contact:

TASC Fundraising Team

T: 0247 7987 922

E fundraising@theasc.org.uk

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