Carolyn Kinsman, 25/05/2017

Corporate Partners

Over the past few years we have worked with a number of corporate organisations, who have supported and continue to support us, financially, through volunteering and practical support and through gifts in kind. We are so thankful for each of these partnerships and all the support given.

John Lewis

 

John Lewis very generously donated gifts in kind, including furniture and soft furnishings, for our work with vulnerable women in the North of England.

John Lewis in Cardiff have also been amazingly generous in donating materials and other items to our Amber Project (which works with young people who self-harm) for the production of their annual pantomime

     
St Davids Dewi SantLand Securities   
















 

Church Army’s Amber Project, in Cardiff, which works with young people who struggle with issues that lead to self-harm, has close links to St David’s Shopping Centre in Cardiff (part of the Land Securities Group), and have recently been awarded £970 through Land Securities’ ARISE Scheme. Bucket collections have also been arranged in St David’s Shopping Centre in Cardiff, together with volunteering opportunities and the use of meeting rooms.

St David's General Manager Steve Madeley commented: "ARISE aims to provide a means of funding for social initiatives that benefit people living in Cardiff, and The Amber Project is vital to many young people throughout the city. We're thrilled to be able to provide additional funding and support for the work they undertake, as it has such a positive impact on society."

     
Waitrose  

The Amber Project, in Cardiff, which works with young people who struggle with issues that lead to self-harm, has been one of Waitrose, Queen Street, Cardiff’s nominated charities under their Community Matters Scheme.

     
Asda   The Amber Project, in Cardiff, which works with young people who struggle with issues that lead to self-harm, has been one of Asda Leckwith Road, Cardiff’s nominated charities under their Community Life Scheme.
     
Dynamic Futures Logo   Dynamic Futures, an IT Engineering and Consulting firm, based in London, has very generously financially supported the general frontline work of Church Army. We are incredibly grateful for their support.
     
St Jamess Place Foundation   St James’s Place Foundation kindly donated funds to our Cardiff Residential Services project, which works with vulnerable, homeless young people in Cardiff and the surrounding areas. These funds were used to purchase leisure passes to enable our young people to access leisure and sporting facilities.
Carolyn Kinsman, 25/05/2017