This is to enrol you as an Official Partner Business of UK Charity Week for the current year's campaign.
Welcome Guide PDF
A PDF checklist to guide you through the steps to enjoy the benefits of your registration.
Access to some basic digital resources to use before, during and after the UK Charity Week campaign.
Your logo will appear on the Official Partners page of the UK Charity Week website.
Level-1 will feature high up the page, Level-2 will appear in the mid-ranges of the page and Level-3 within the bottom third.
Welcome Social Media Post
A post will go out on our social media channels welcoming you as an Official Partner Business of the campaign.
1 Published Article
You are entitled to one article published on the nation's leading charity news platform, Charity Today. The article can be 500-750 words and includes one image or video embed.
12 Published Articles
You are entitled to 12 articles (one per month as a columnist) published on the nation's leading charity news platform, Charity Today. The articles can be 500-750 words and include one image or video embed.
12 Social Media Article Posts (Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, Twitter and Google Business)
Every month that your article is published on Charity Today, we will post it on our social media channels for you.
Printed Resources Pack
You will be posted a Welcome Pack around October. This will contain posters, leaflets and resources for you to maximise your efforts during UK Charity Week.
Social Post During Campaign
We will post on social media about your support during UK Charity Week.
Social Post After Campaign
We will post on social media thanking you for your support after UK Charity Week.
Community Group Access
You will be able to join our official campaign group on Charity Community. Members include charity leaders, CEOs and small charities working together for the greater good.
UK Charity Week (or #UKCharityWeek) is an annual charity campaign designed to allow the people of the United Kingdom to place awareness and fundraising for charities high on the national agenda, and at a time of the year when people are statistically at their most giving.