Sponsor Us

Throughout the year the Cedarwood Trust runs a range of activities and services which could be supported by your company, we are always happy to discuss with potential supporters how we can work together to increase our impact in our community whilst meeting the goals of your company.

We are extremely grateful for the support of local companies in our work which includes:

  • Support from a local take-away to provide food for children who will miss out on free school meals during the school holidays.
  • Funding towards family holiday activities, helping us provide positive activities which build strong families during the school holiday periods, giving children holiday experiences and stories to share with their peers.
  • Sponsorship of children’s gardening activities building skills and fun learning activity.
  • Funding the purchase of specific pieces of equipment, potentially linked to the business activity of the supporting company, eg children’s play shopping trollies supported by a local supermarket…..
  • Support for families at Christmas through the donation of toys and hampers.
  • Provision of cooking utensils and equipment to support the work of our Soup-a Grans.
  • Provision of blankets, draught excluders, insulated mugs, kettles and hot water bottles to support older vulnerable people during the winter months.
  • Sponsorship of parties and events in the community.

We are happy to talk to your company to discuss sponsorship opportunities.

Your limited company pays less Corporation Tax when it gives the following to charity:

You can claim tax relief by deducting the value of your donations from your total business profits before you pay tax.

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2 weeks ago

Cedarwood Trust

What a week here at the centre.

We welcomed over 150 people to our first ever Cedarwood Panto with our friends at Blowin a Hooley and supported by the Stop Loan Sharks Team. We were delighted to be joined by the fantastic Jimmy Nail who came to view our performance this afternoon.

We have also had our AGM and annual Christmas light switch on which was heavily attended. Stalls, raffle and the big switch on by Kim Tserkezie.

We also say goodbye to our CEO Phil McGrath who leaves for pastures new. Phil has become well know for his passion to promoting a better world on the estate. Through his passion, kind heart, his dedication and his ability to overcome barriers has lead to some amazing work on the estate. We wish him the very best in his new role and thank you for all your hard work.

We welcome Wayne, our incoming CEO who joins the team in January and can’t wait to get started continuing the hard work the trust are dedicated in providing.
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