Tender Opportunity: Could your organisation be the next Chamber Charity of the Year?

Each year the Northamptonshire Chamber offers its charity members the chance to submit a tender to become its Charity of the Year. 

The selected charity is given exclusive membership into the Chamber’s Business Alliance Group, which sees them get free passes and places at certain events and receive other profile-raising benefits and opportunities. The chosen charity will also be the beneficiary of any fundraising activities undertaken by the Chamber staff throughout the 2017/18 financial year. The 2016/17 Charity of the Year is Spurgeons

2017 is a landmark year in the history of the Northamptonshire Chamber - this year we are celebrating our centenary.

Responses to this tender should include, but not be limited to, details of:
• How the charity will utilise the opportunity of being the Chamber's chosen Charity of the Year, and
• Explain how they will guarantee that any funds generated will be used for the benefit of Northamptonshire.

Only registered charities that are members of Northamptonshire Chamber need respond to this tender opportunity. If you are a registered charity and are interested in becoming a member, please call the team on 01604 490490.

The chosen charity, as well as being the only Chamber-supported charity for that term, will have their logo included on our letterheads and other literature during the course of that year, including our eBulletin newsletters, website homepage and inBusiness magazine. Submissions for this tender opportunity need to be with Tracey Branson by Friday 17 February 2017 to be considered and a shortlist of charities will be invited to present to the Chamber staff on Wednesday 15 March 2017.

Submissions can be sent by email to tracey.branson@northants-chamber.co.uk or by post to:
Tracey Branson
Head of Operations
Northamptonshire Chamber of Commerce
Waterside House
8 Waterside Way
Northampton NN4 7XD

For more information call us on 01604 490490.

Posted by: Northamptonshire Chamber

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