Help us give older adults a ROARing voice!
There are 3 main ways you can support us:
1. Share this video and webpage to your networks and help us tell people about the work we do
2. Sponsor us through one of our sponsor packages
3. Make a donation in cash, or in kind, to help us add some special touches to the services we deliver
As a charity we seek and gratefully receive donations* from individuals or businesses. Roar – Connections for Life has also developed a sponsorship framework, within which we can draw on the altruism of local businesses and people to enhance the experience we are able to offer to our service users, and to enable us to further our charitable aims.
For a fuller description of the opportunities, and the acknowledgements you would receive, please download Sponsor Roar and Make a Difference (pdf)
* For the avoidance of doubt, a donation is made in money or in kind by any individual or organisation as a gift to the registered charity. The use of this money or resource will be accepted and used at the discretion of the organisation to further the charitable aims. The giver/donor will receive an acknowledgement of the payment – with thanks, but will have no further influence over how that money will be used to support the work of Roar – Connections for Life.
Pacific Building Ltd made a generous donation of £500 as part of their 10 year anniversary celebrations. Pacific is a dynamic construction and fast fit-out company located in Hillington. As part of their commitment to the local community they selected a number of deserving local charities to share in their success. Roar have used the money to commission a film to show how rewarding and valuable volunteering is, with and by older adults.
Sainsbury’s – Working in Partnership Our local branch of Sainsbury’s supermarket have been kindly providing us with donations of goods such as soft drinks and flowers, to help make our Christmas party season that little bit more special.
Milne Craig gave a donation which we have used to buy and distribute tins of biscuits at Christmastime to the most isolated people Roar has contact with.