Fundraise at Work 2018-02-08T15:44:59+00:00

“Raises expectations for our child and us as parents. Have provided greater hope and empowerment for now and for the future. Creatively inspiring. Increase confidence and independence for our daughter”

Parent of child attending pre-school

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Why partner with us?

Becoming a partner of NICE offers your staff and customers a unique opportunity to support a medium sized charity to carry out direct services for children and adults with movement disorders.

The difference you will make

You will be directly supporting the hands-on work with children and adults ensuring that they are able to work towards meeting their potential and living life to the full. You will be significant in having a positive impact on transforming lives.

How your company can get involved

Charity of the year

Nominate NICE as your charity of the year or simply encourage staff to do some fundraising for us. We can support you with tools, tips and materials to get started. We can provide you with places in popular events or create a tailor-made event just for you.

Personal Challenges

Individual Sponsored Challenges give you the opportunity to push yourself to your limits and at the same time help children and adults with movement disabilities reach their potential. Sign up to one of our existing NICE challenges or design your very own bespoke one. Find out more by clicking here.

Join an event

NICE host a wide range of events of each year and there really is something for everyone from running to getting glammed up for our annual NICE Ball. Click here to find out more & register your interest today to make a huge difference to families in real need.

Payroll giving

Payroll Giving is a simple and tax-effective scheme, which allows you to donate to the charity of your choice by a direct deduction from your salary. If your company has a Payroll Giving scheme established the payroll department deducts the amount pledged from your pay. The charity receives your donation, and the tax you would have paid on this amount is added on by the government.

If your company does not have an established Payroll Giving (also known as Give As You Earn) programme then you can sign up individually. Contact us for details.