We are incredibly grateful to all of the individuals and businesses who support Inspire with the work we do in the local community, whether by donating money, providing services, sponsoring our events or teams or volunteering their time to help the charity.
There are so many ways in which you can become involved. We have a wide range of existing opportunities for local companies, large or small to promote their products and services, we are able to offer individual packages designed just for you! If you are able to support us then we would like to hear from you, please contact our Main Office on 0330 055 0033 or email [email protected].
Meet our corporate supporters who have already become involved in helping Inspire to make a difference:
We are so grateful to our grant providers for helping us to make a much-needed difference to the young people in Suffolk through our life-changing work. We would like to extend a particular thank you to:
- The Alborada Trust
- Annie Tranmer Charitable Trust
- Arnold Clark
- Charities Aid Foundation
- EDF Sizewell C
- Football Foundation
- James Tudor Foundation
- The Frank Jackson Foundation
- East of England Co-Op Tokens Scheme
- East Suffolk Council
- Essex Community Foundation
- Ganzoni Charitable Trust
- Ipswich Borough Council
- Lord Belstead Charitable Trust
- Mrs L D Rope’s Third Charitable Settlement
- The National Lottery Community Fund
- RJB Fund
- Sanctuary Group
- Sport England
- Suffolk Community Foundation
- Suffolk County Council
- Suffolk FA
- The Vinci UK Foundation
With thanks to Bruizer for capturing the stories of our young people and supporting our charity!
Together, we can take a collaborative approach to supporting our county’s mental health.
Suffolk Mind explains, “For all of us, mental health and wellbeing relies upon getting our emotional needs met. The work of Inspire enables people to meet many of those needs, including Community, Achievement, and Meaning & Purpose – not to mention, of course, the benefits to mental health from being physically active and moving more. We want to make Suffolk the best place in the world for talking about and taking care of mental health, and partnerships, like ours with Inspire, are crucial to achieving that.”