HOW IT WORKS FOR CHARITIES

What does being a Charity Partner involve?

Very little! The only thing we ask for from our charity partners is nominations! The Room to Reward initiative is here, ready and waiting for you to use. It’s an ongoing partnership, meaning you can make nominations every year.

OUR GUIDELINES FOR NOMINATION ALLOWANCES

  • 1 Nomination
    Per Year
    $Free
    • £1-50k
      annual income
    • 50-100
      volunteers
    • 15-25
      staff members
  • 2 Nominations
    Per Year
    $Free
    • £50-320k
      annual income
    • 101-300
      volunteers
    • 75
      staff members
  • 3 Nominations
    Per Year
    $Free
    • £320k-5million
      annual income
    • 301-500
      volunteers
    • 150
      staff members
  • 4 Nominations
    Per Year
    $Free
    • £5million+
      annual income
    • 500
      volunteers
    • 125
      staff members

However, these guidelines are flexible!

We are here to help recognise Hidden Heroes, so if you have an extraordinary story – tell us!

HOW WE WORK WITH YOU

Alternatively, charity partners are welcome to use our initiative as an add-on to their own volunteer recognition schemes. We have been honoured to partner with some volunteer awards in the past and are always keen to do so again.

As well as saying ‘thank you’ to your Hidden Heroes, we also share the amazing work and stories of our charity partners across our website and social media platforms.

Essentially, we have what we think is a fantastic initiative. How charities take advantage of it is up to them!

See some of the amazing charities we already work with here, or contact us for more information.

  • We couldn’t do what we do at Scope without our volunteers. From helping out in our shops, to supporting disabled people in one of our community hospices, to campaigning, fundraising, cheering at an event, and everything in between, our volunteers are helping to make this country a better place for disabled people. Room to Reward has been a great way to recognise the hard work and dedication of our volunteers. It’s really simple but effective and offers volunteers the opportunity to take a well-deserved break. It’s given us a meaningful way to say thank you and show our appreciation to volunteers.

    SCOPE
    SCOPE Celia Abbott, Retail Volunteering Manager
  • It is such a pleasure to be able to reward people who work so hard for our charity in order to help others, and to give them the recognition they deserve. Thank you so much to Room to Reward for making this possible, and to the hotel partners who get involved and kindly donate breaks in their hotels. Our volunteers do so much to help blind and partially sighted people. They works so hard and deserve a break, but our charity would never have been able to afford to reward them in this way.

    Dorset Blind Association
    Dorset Blind Association Jaya Da Costa, Fundraising and Marketing Manager

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