Corporate fundraising


Our mission:

The Salvation Army’s goal through Strawberry Field is to help even more people to realise their dreams; the new centre aims to offer training and employment opportunities for those with learning difficulties or other barriers to employment, thereby equipping them to find meaningful and sustainable employment. Sales though the exhibition, café and shop part-fund this mission.

How can your business help us to ‘Keep the Gates Open for Good’:

  • Hold a fundraising event
  • Make a financial donation
  • Donate a gift in kind
  • Participate in one of our challenge events as a team
  • Participate in one of our community events
  • Promote our on-site initiatives and encourage staff to get involved
  • Purchase and gift a Strawberry Field Membership to your staff members
  • Sponsor one of our events

What at the benefits:

  • You and your customers will be helping to transform the life of a local person with barriers to employment. Someone just like Mike, who has recently gained paid employment after graduation from the Steps to Work programme and completing 3 successful placements. Read more about some of our trainees here: https://www.strawberryfieldliverpool.com/what-do-our-trainees-say
  • We can both ‘shout about it’ on our social media
  • You and your staff will be invited to Strawberry Field for an exclusive private tour so you can see what we do for yourselves and help spread the word to your customers
  • Increase and strengthen your brand awareness through our partnership
  • Develop staff morale, skills, communication, teamwork and much more
  • Work together to support our community
  • You can use our combined collateral at your office and events, plus you can promote on your website and other marketing channels

What’s next:

Please contact Lesley Theadorus, our Public Fundraiser, to sign up: 07949271419 or lesley.theodorus@salvationarmy.org.uk

"It’s a wonderful idea that The Salvation Army is going to cultivate youngsters in the precious soil of Strawberry Field."

Julia Baird, Honorary President