Poverty hits women and children the hardest. With corporate support we can bring life-changing opportunities to the women and children we work with, offering livelihood training and an education to some of Bangladesh’s most vulnerable women and children.
Make a difference. Become a corporate partner today. Partnering with the Sreepur Village can bring positive change to your working environment, inspiring and motivating staff, developing relationships between colleagues as well as adding value to your company and enhancing your brand.
Inspire your employees to take action; organising staff fundraising events can be great fun and is wonderful for team-building and strengthening relationships. Sign up for runs, bike rides, sponsored walks, abseils, bungee jumps or volunteer with us. Whatever you choose to do for the Sreepur Village, we’ll support you every step of the way.
We’d love to talk to you about how we can work together. Contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or 07824 825600
Payroll Giving (also known as Give As You Earn) is a simple way employees can donate tax-free to the Sreepur Village through their salary. When an employee donates from their gross wages, the Sreepur Village receives the tax on the donation too, making the gift worth up to 40% more!
Payroll Giving is the most tax-efficient way to give to charity - and is the only way a 40% or 50% rate taxpayer can donate their full tax on a donation.
Signup for payroll giving: to give to charity in this way, your employer must offer a payroll giving scheme. You can find out if your employer has a CAF Give As You Earn scheme, or ask CAF to contact them on your behalf www.cafonline.org
You can download the CAF form here
DBL Group - we are pleased to have recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding with a Bangladesh based company DBL Group. DBL Group is a diversified business entity which has vertically integrated textile and apparel manufacturing facilities, with concerns in ceramic tiles, telecommunications, dredging, VLSI design and pharmaceuticals. DBL Group started business in 1991 and till date it has resulted in a conglomerate of 22 concerns. DBL Group assists with training and empowering women and will support the development and socialisation of designated mothers from The Sreepur Village within their factory environment. The two organisations will also work in the local community in other areas which can lead to the empowerment and development of women: for example, involving women and girls in team sports - especially cricket.
British Airways employees have proudly supported the work of the Sreepur Village for over 3 decades! If you are a retired British Airways employee you can signup for the British Airways Pension Giving Scheme here
Mountain Warehouse is a loyal corporate supporter of the Sreepur Village funding the running costs of our street children project and the education of over 50 children living in the slums of Tongi, Dhaka. Last year Mountain Warehouse also launched The Sreepur Village tote shopping bag made by the women at the project; all proceeds from the sale of the bags go to The Sreepur Village.
Laura Siegel is an award-winning fashion designer based in New York and Toronto. Luckily for us she is also a loyal supporter of The Sreepur Village! Laura designs and sources ethically handcrafted garments and works with artisans across Asia to ensure they receive a fair wage that reflects their hard work and skills. We’re honoured that Laura has designed thisbeautiful scarf to raise funds for The Sreepur Village, buy directly from us and 100% of the cost is donated to The Sreepur Village. View our shop for more information on how to purchase the scarf. See here for more details on Laura's project http://www.project1127.com/
Jo MacFarlane Candles
Jo MacFarlane is an award winning Scottish hand poured luxury candle maker, based in the beautiful East Neuk of Fife. Jo will work with you to create bespoke scented candles for your wedding, luxury hotel or event. Did you know scenting an event is now just as important as lighting and music. The smell is the only sense that travels through the Limbic system in the brain, an area associated with memory, it can call up memories almost instantaneously. Jo also runs candle making workshops from which she donates 10% of the fee paid to The Sreepur Village. Take a look at Jo's products here http://www.jomacfarlane.com