How you can get involved:

  • Charity of the Year – Choose to support us for a year and enjoy the associated benefits whilst making a real difference to your local community.
  • Workplace training  – we offer a variety of training to all our corporate supporters to increase knowledge and awareness of mental health.

Fundraise

  • Encourage your Employee’s to fundraising for our vital services.

Volunteer

  • Support us by volunteering employee hours. Let you workforce benefit from volunteering and giving back to their local community.

Payroll Giving

  • This can be easily set up by your Accounts/Payroll Team who can take a weekly, 4 weekly or monthly donation from staff members pay before it gets taxed.
  • Sponsorship – Make a corporate donation towards the vital services we provide in Salford. You could sponsor one of our flagship fundraising campaigns like Move in May or our annual Mental Elf Fun Run, and benefit from packages such as company names on all medals, on our website, or named as a charity partner.
  • Take part in an event –
A recent example of one of our wonderful corporate supporters. Thank you to Ryan Leadbetter from Mindful Workplace Hive for your generosity to help with our Mindfulness service. We look forward to working with you in 2024.

I am beyond honoured to announce that we’ve partnered with Mind In Salford, as our charity partner for 2023, going into 2024.
Partnering with Mind in Salford gives us an opportunity to showcase the immensely valuable work that they do supporting the mental health, and wellbeing, of the Salford community.
Mental health is a cause that is so close to home, and communities like Mind in Salford are so important in helping those who are struggling.
I’ve met the Mind in Salford team, they’re dedicated, passionate, caring, and driven to help the community as much as possible.
Being even a small part of what they’re doing is an honour, and represents our core values at FMW in giving back to the community.
I’m really excited to see how we can support them, and the Salford community going into 2024.

Sam Michael Wood – Director of Further Works Salford

Encourage your team to take on a work place challenge to help build team relationships whilst raising awareness and funds.