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Whatever the size of your company, however big or small, you can help health visitors make a difference to the lives of children, families and communities.

There are many ways in which corporate companies can support us. Whether a one-off donation or through staff fundraising, companies can make a big difference to our work.

The iHV is keen to develop partnerships with ethical companies. As the only professional organisation solely focused on strengthening the work of health visitors, we are interested in discussing partnership opportunities which directly benefits children, families and communities, particularly those living with disadvantage.

Consider working with us, or making us the recipient of a charitable donation from your company or workforce. Your support will be recognised on our website, and in our annual report.

Getting involved with iHV can help your company by:

  • Improving morale and motivating staff by becoming involved in team fundraising events
  • Demonstrating your commitment to corporate social responsibility
  • Creating a positive brand association that can help enhance your company’s image

Corporate support can be given in a number of ways:

One-off Donations

These are very much appreciated and help significantly towards us continuing our work support health visitors to ensure that every child has the best start in life.  Companies can also benefit from the Gift Aid Scheme and receive tax relief on any donation made to the iHV by deducting the amount of the donation from profits prior to calculating corporate tax at the end of the financial year.

Staff Fundraising

Fundraising gives staff common goals, a sense of shared pride and increases team spirit. Events can be anything from a staff garden party or staff dress down day to a sporting event such as the Great North Run. These are fantastic ways of getting staff involved.

Gift Aid is a valuable source of income for the iHV



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