Support us Corporates All work and no play This is East African Playgrounds initiative for corporates to reap the benefits of partnering with a dynamic organisation. Linking your company with East African Playgrounds will: Broadening your network Inspire your team Allow you to see a wide-reaching impact Give you a flexible partnership to align your values Our ‘All work and no play’ programme is an amazing opportunity for businesses of all sizes in the UK to not only support our work and impact on the lives of thousands of young adults and children in Uganda’s refugee settlements. It is also the chance for you to partner with an innovative and rapidly expanding charity that has a high impact and who is a leader in our sector. It is the chance to engage your staff, customers and prospective clients on another level. How it works 1. You choose what project to support Part or fully fund a complete playground in Uganda Sponsor an apprentice and fund a former street child’s training Sponsor our ethical University project Raise vital, unrestricted funds 2. Then select how you support us Within these programs there are a range of different ways your business can support that cause. Staff challenges - We have a range of challenges that we can support your staff in doing, from UK based challenges to our own international trip ‘The Gorilla Trek’ Fundraising events - We have a range of office and customer based events your team can get involved in such as ‘Dressed by a kid day’. Cross Marketing - Our team can develop engaging stories to engage your customers through a range of medias Direct donation - Making a tax efficient direct donation Pay roll Giving - Tax effective giving for your staff and team. Nominated charity of the year - Selecting East African Playgrounds as your dedicated charity of the year Offer pro-bono skills - Get involved with our Commonwealth scholarship and fellowships program to help develop our Ugandan team. 3. We work together to develop the partnership to work for all. Download our 'All work and no play' pack to find out more ways of getting involved and contact Andy now for more information.