Corporate Sponsorships & Corporate Partnerships with the National Trust can enhance a company’s image and visibility; differentiate the company from competitors; help develop closer relationships with current and prospective customers; showcase products and services; and even allow the company to compete more effectively against bigger firms that have much larger advertising budgets.

Event Sponsorship
Event Sponsorship, is an attractive option because it provides a business with access to various audiences, including employees, business decision makers, and government regulators as well as consumers. Many marketers feel that event sponsorship is superior to other methods because it allows for an immediate customer response to their business and products. Events provide business owners and managers with an opportunity to come face to face with their customers. They also provide customers with an opportunity to try a company’s business and products firsthand.

Work Place Giving
Workplace Giving allows employees to donate to the National Trust regularly through their employer’s payroll system. The appeal of Workplace Giving as a method of supporting the community is that the donations are made from the employee’s pre-tax salary. Workplace Giving is a win-win-win for workers, employers and charities, no matter how small the amount. Employers enjoy greater staff engagement and retention, employees say they enjoy the involvement with their community, confidence that their donations make a difference, and that donations are tax effective, whereas Charities like the National Trust SA gain reliable, regular funds. Workplace Giving joins communities in firm, positive and lasting relationships.

If your company, business or organisation would like to enquire about Corporate Sponsorship opportunities or Workplace Giving with the National Trust SA, please contact Dr Darren Peacock CEO.

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