At Work for Good, we believe small businesses can have a powerful, positive impact, whatever their size.
Work for Good is the brainchild of Rupert Pick, who was inspired to give back to the amazing hospital staff who care for his daughter Ottie.
Ottie was born 10 weeks premature, weighing less than 3lbs and with two rare genetic conditions that affect both her bones and her heart.
When Rupert decided to donate the fees from his next workshop to the Evelina London Children’s Hospital, it made him wonder about all the wonderful things that could happen if only more businesses chose to give through their work.
We believe that it is incredibly important to drive change socially, environmentally and economically. We have a responsibility to make a positive impact and contribute to a fairer, more equal and happier world.
We are a small team aligned in purpose, and inspired by what we can learn from each other. We have an opportunity to make a difference and this makes us proud to be part of Work for Good.
Most businesses are unaware that you need a Commercial Participation Agreement in place before you can start raising money for charity through your sales and publicising it.
This legal requirement can cause headaches for both you and the charity, due to the time and resources it takes to set up and unfortunately, many charities are forced to turn down approaches from businesses because of this.
Through our platform, you can create a Commercial Participation Agreement with each charity you’d like to support in just a few minutes, making the process quick and simple and most importantly, legally compliant for you both.
How it works
It's quick and easy to sign up and create an account.
Pledge your donation via the donations form to create your Commercial Participation Agreement with the charity you’d like to support.
Comply & Publicise
You’ll need to state at the point of sale (e.g on your website) how funds will be raised to comply with charity law. Then you’re ready to start fundraising and proudly publicise your giving to your customers or clients.
A little note from us at Everyday People
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