Get involved in our corporate charity challenge!

We’re looking for 20 companies to each raise £5,000 by March 2020 to support the mental health programme we fund at Chalkhill…

Through our 20/20 Corporate Challenge, you will help us raise funds for the Rockinghorse Activities Programme at Chalkhill Child and Adolescent Mental Health Unit which is based in Haywards Heath.

Chalkhill is one of the country’s leading hospitals for treating children and young people with serious mental health problems and eating disorders. It is the only mental health unit for young people in Sussex and your fundraising will help us continue to provide our activities programme.

The Rockinghorse Activities Programme greatly complements the clinical work at Chalkhill and runs alongside their education programme. It helps children and young people to increase self-esteem and confidence, improves health and well-being and develops skills beneficial for education and independent living after leaving the unit.

We believe in giving all young people a chance which is why with your help, we can continue to provide more support to children and young people with mental health problems. Companies that sign-up to our 20/20 Corporate Challenge will be featured on a dedicated page on our website, which can be seen by clicking here.

Each company involved will also be invited to an exclusive reception for contributors of the 20/20 Corporate Challenge to hear all about the new campaign. You’ll have the opportunity to network with other businesses and we can talk to you about how the challenge will support your businesses and its CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) commitment.

In addition to the above, you’ll have one-to-one meetings with our Corporate Fundraising Manager and your business can benefit from the PR and marketing opportunities the campaign offers. To find out more, please contact our Corporate Fundraising Manager, Terrina Barnes, on 01273 330044 or email terrina@rockinghorse.org.uk.

Will your company commit to our 20/20 vision?

Thank you to the companies that have already signed up…

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