Priors Court Foundation case study
How 23 supporters have raised £1,878.50 with Give as you Live
What marketing assets do you use to promote Give as you Live?
We have used lots of different resources from the marketing toolkit provided to us by Give as you Live. We have used our Intranet, Internal newsletter and social media to promote to our staff and supporters.
How have the funds raised through Give as you Live helped your charity?
What an achievement! Prior's Court would like to thank everyone who has helped us reach this milestone.
We're a centre of excellence for children and young people with severe autism. Although the majority of care and education costs are covered by local authority fees, there are so many additional things we do here at Prior's Court to make our young people's lives as happy and fulfilling as possible that have to be funded by voluntary income and gifts, such as that raised by Give as you Live.
It could be a trip to the pantomime or the beach, organising an Easter Egg hunt or the ever popular Firework Display, buying crackers for Christmas lunch or a bench for our Sandpit. All these special extra bits and pieces are just one of the reasons why Prior's Court is such a special place and why our young people do so well here.
What the charity thinks...
Give as you Live is a really easy way for people to support the charity of their choice. And it costs nothing! It's just a quick click of your keyboard. For smaller charities such as Prior's Court, it can be invaluable for raising some unrestricted income.
Karen England, Interim Corporate and Major donor Manager
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