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1625 Independent People

Get your workplace involved

Whatever the size of your business, you can have a big impact in ending youth homelessness in the South West. 

By working together, we can help some of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged young people in the communities in which your customers live and work.  

The following are some great ways you can get involved but we would love to explore what would be the right fit for you. Get in touch today by email fundraising@1625ip.co.uk or call 0117 317 8825. 


Donate

One off or regular donations from businesses help us to keep our services running. 


Indykits

Your staff can bring in household items so we can create start up kits for young people who living independently for the first time.  Click here for more information about Indykits.


Fundraise

Get creative, run a bake sale or dress down day in the office or get sponsored to take on a challenge together. Why not get a team together to take part in our annual Sleep Out?  Click here for more information.


Some of our Corporate partners

We are part of the End Youth Homelessness network, and recieve support through these corporate partners

Amcor supported us during the coronavirus crisis, by providing essential kitchen supplies for young people 

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Andrews, in partnership with Andrews Charitable Trust, have generously supported young care leavers. They support the Establish project over 10 years, providing 10 care leavers with accommodation and support! Andrews also support us through fundraising in their teams, funding support during covid and for championing our charitable work!
 

We are delighted to be Barcan and Kirby’s charity partner this year, and they have supported us through fundraising challenges, such as doing to quiz night, and running 2 miles a day throughout lockdown, wow!
 

Bouygues have supported us through fundraising and through providing expert valued advice.
 
Deloitte-Logo-Solid-CMYK-(1).jpg Deloitte are an incredible support for 1625ip, and have supported us since 2016 as part of their Society partnership. They have taken in fundraising challenges such as climbing Kilimanjaro, cycling from John O’Groats to Lands End, the 3 Peaks Challenge and fundraising through Sleep Out. They also provide expert Probono support, and have funded our Young Ambition Project.
 
Ian Williams generously renovated the Southwold House hostel with support from their supply chain, providing an amazing upgrading to make the hostel more homely.
 

Ovo and the Ovo Foundation generously support our Future Builders project, supporting young people with both accommodation and education, employment and training development.
 
Skyscanner have supported young people through a bursary, and offering support for young people interested in technology.
We are part of the Triodos Changemakers programme, through which they have renovated the garden in Southwold House, provided expert Probono support, and joined in our fundraising activities!

 


Thank you to all the organisations and businesses who have supported for us through fundraising and Probono support  in 2019

Andrews Property Group
Balfour Beatty
BNP Paribas Real Estate
Boomsatsuma
Bouygues UK
Branchout Supported Lodgings
Bristol & Bath Regional Capital C.I.C
Bromford
Burges Salmon
Care Leaver Covenant
Chapman Taylor
DAS Group
Deloitte
Flourish
Foot Anstey
Galliford Try
Gardiner & Theobald
Gloucestershire County Cricket Club
Ian Williams
ie Marketing
Living Plus - Places For People
Lloyds Banking Group Bristol
Methodist Church
National Probation Service
Purpose2Property
Skyscanner
Suspension Theatre
Toshiba
Triodos
Umberslade
Zone Digital

 

Thank you to all the organisations supported young people through mentoring, work experience or job opportunities as part of our Young Ambition project
 

Amazon
BCE Care
Bristol City Council and Bristol Works
Bristol University
Clarkson’s Funeral Directors
Colston Hall
Companion Bread
Galliford -Try Ltd
Inspire Customer Service
Office for Students
Osbourne Clarke LLP
Redrow Homes Ltd
South Glos Council
Taylor Wimpey Ltd
Tesco Distribution Centre
United Hospital Bristol NHS Trust
Weston College Traineeships
WH Bence


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