Part of our commitment to inclusion means that we work with businesses, education providers and third sector organisations to deliver training that enables them to see the assets that people of all abilities can bring and work to the strengths of all members of their organisation.
CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility)
As a small charity with limited staff and budget, DanceSyndrome relies heavily on the local business community for support. In return, we can offer great opportunities for your organisation to have a positive impact on the lives of people with learning disabilities and to see the business benefits that CSR brings.
Our team includes business, networking and marketing specialists who understand the importance of brand image. In return for your support we can offer :
• Press coverage – we have strong links with local press
• Social media coverage
• Printed advertisements in event programmes
• Complimentary tickets to attend our events
• Marketing stalls at our events
• Logos & weblinks on our website and e-news
• Shared networking opportunities
• Performances by our dancers at your events
If you are inspired by the work that DanceSyndrome does, there are several ways we can work together to help your organisation to demonstrate your commitment to your local community. Please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more!
If your business would like to donate directly online, this can be done via the Fundraising page.
We can deliver bespoke leadership workshops that demonstrate the power of inclusion. These can be adapted to fit the message your business wants to share and can be any length to suit your needs.
Feedback on past workshops:
“We invited DanceSyndrome to an NHS England event aimed at inspiring 150 Primary Care leaders from across Lancashire & South Cumbria to think differently in order to transform how services are delivered for their patients. It was an amazing experience to hear Dance Leaders speak so passionately about leadership and it was then a real privilege to be present to see them dance. The feedback from the event has been outstanding.”
Dr Mark Spencer, NHS Collaborate
“This was a wonderful visit. We all found the visit quite emotional and humbling. It was great to get us on our feet and the dance workshop was really impactful and memorable. The group came away thoroughly impressed by all of you as people, by the vision and scope of DanceSyndrome’s activities.”
C. Maddox, Leaders Quest
“We are trying to support the development of Primary Care Networks and what we saw and heard by DanceSyndrome embodied everything we want to achieve in terms of connectivity – not just in words. Those involved in DanceSyndrome are truly inspirational.”
Jackie Forshaw, Public Health England
If you would like to know more about how DanceSyndrome can inspire your team, please get in touch via email@example.com