With the Covid-19 pandemic causing a £10.1 billion funding gap for charities in the UK, we’re delighted to share Work for Good’s #SmallBusinessStar campaign.

#SmallBusinessStar campaign to help struggling charities

Work for Good works with small businesses to encourage donations to the charity sector through sales percentages.

Throughout December, Work for Good will match any donation made by a small business up to £500.

As well as raising money for good causes, the #SmallBusinessStar match funding campaign has been created by Work for Good to shine a light on the UK’s socially responsible small business community, illustrating that purposeful enterprise is better business.

From April to September 2020, over 300 small businesses have pledged and donated over £450k to charity via Work for Good, proving that collectively small acts of giving can make a big impact.

Veronica Bamford-Deane, managing director of Work for Good said: “Small businesses, like charities, have been struck hard by Covid-19 and will be looking ahead to Christmas as an opportunity to engage their customers and clients and regain some of their lost sales whilst being able to make a positive difference.

“Donating to a charity through their business sales is a sustainable and simple way for businesses to make a tangible impact and the #SmallBusinessStar campaign is a way to say thank you to the small business community for their support.”

How can you help?

We would like to raise as much awareness as possible so we can help charities in need. If you run a small business and would like to get involved with #SmallBusinessStar, get in touch with Work for Good

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