We work with a variety of businesses and organisations to make sure that every young person can reach their full potential.
We can provide team challenges, workshops and opportunities to volunteer with our young people on a regular basis.
Here’s a short video of how we’ve developed a fun and creative partnership with one of our supporting organisations.
So why not offer exciting opportunities to your employees, motivate them to support their local communities and have a lot of fun for a great cause?
Encourage your staff to volunteer as ReachOut mentors. This is not just a great way for them to get involved in the community, but also has huge benefits to them and your organisation:
- Demonstrates to employees and clients your company’s commitment to community investment.
- Develops employee skills outside the workplace.
- Boosts staff morale and retention.
- Offers excellent PR opportunities
A challenge event in support of ReachOut is a great way to involve employees from across your organisation in a great cause whilst building team spirit and skills.
We can provide everything you need to plan and market your event, be it a marathon, cycle ride or even a sponsored skydive.
Workshops with our young people make great teambuilding exercises for your staff where they can develop leadership skills and inspire our young people to achieve their full potential through opportunities they might not otherwise be given.
The workshop can be structured to meet your organisation’s needs and will allow staff to make a positive impact on their community.
“The workshops facilitated by ReachOut for Barclays employees are fun and interactive and provide our volunteers with the opportunity to get out of their comfort zone and have a positive impact on children from the local community. The workshops have been very popular and are mutually beneficial for the students and our employees as it encourages them to improve their communication, planning and negotiation skills. It has had a fantastic impact on our employee engagement and we hope to continue running regular workshops with ReachOut.” Cathy Abell, Assistant Vice President, Community Investment, Barclays
For more information on any of the above please contact Alison at firstname.lastname@example.org.