Nascence enables employees from businesses to interact with the Foundation’s broad and diverse range of community programmes in a rich and meaningful way.
Volunteering on any one of the programmes, businesses will have the opportunity to be part of something special and experience first-hand, the positive impact sport has on the lives of Bristolians of all ages and from all backgrounds.
From our Sums and Scrums programme - which helps primary school children, improve their numeracy skills using sport as an engagement tool – to the sponsorship of an entire community programme, Nascence offers a whole variety of ways in which businesses can inspire the community using the power of sport.
Check out some of ways your business can get involved below but remember; every relationship is unique so please get in contact with Paul Glanville, Corporate Partnership Manager, to discuss your requirements:
By fundraising for us you can help us to do more, to raise awareness of the work that we do and to raise as much money as possible for our life changing programmes that simply would not operate without your support.
Just like Santander UK who run an annual 'scavenger hunt' that took place across the city on Tuesday (June 5th 2019), with more than 20 teams from local professional firms taking part, and donating the proceeds to the Nascence Project.
Volunteering on one of our programmes enables people to play an active role in their society and contribute to positive social change. It helps to break down social barriers and create an opportunity to socialise with people from different social and cultural backgrounds.
Just like Hargreaves Lansdown who volunteer on the Sums and Scrums numeracy programme and mentor disadvantaged primary school children to help them with their mainstream numeracy skills, using the power of sport as an engagement tool.
Team building activities improve workplace relationships because it helps the teams understand each other better. After completing team building activities with us, your employees better understand each other’s strengths, weaknesses, and interests. This understanding helps them work even better together.
Alongside team building through volunteering as a group and our calendar of Nascence Corporate tournaments , like the tag rugby event featured in the video, there are plenty of opportunities to keep your employees active, healthy and happy whilst working as a team in a bit of healthy competition.
Well-being is fundamental to the overall health of an individual, enabling them to successfully overcome difficulties and achieve what they want professionally. By providing positive experiences that benefit your employees and the community can positively impact attitudes and outlook which leads to a better well-being.
By joining our events, like Break The Cycle, companies can provide a chance for employees to keep fit and active whilst being involved in raising funds and awareness for the life changing work of the charities.
B2B networking events can help to open up new business opportunities and foster collaboration between businesses striving towards a similar goal. Our networking events can support this by creating moments where corporate's come together to help tackle social inequalities in the communities they operate.
Joining the Nascence Programme can not only show you care it can connect with others that care as well. Just like our annual Nascence lunch which is held against the stunning backdrop of 1,000 children from high deprivation areas taking over Ashton Gate Stadium and celebrating the positive impact that sport has had on them.
Each and every Nascence partnership is unique, so to ensure that we work with you and your company to maximise the impact of the relationship why not arrange a coffee with our Corporate Partnership Manager, Paul Glanville, to design an approach that is right for you.