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How you can support Green Corridor

Support your local charity and make a difference to young peoples' lives.


Green Corridor has got a fundraising platform where anyone can donate, create their own fundraisers, donate to our current projects and share! 

All funds donated go directly towards supporting our young people and providing them with the education and welfare they need to create opportunities for their future. 



Green Corridor run a corporate volunteer programme where companies come in group sizes of between 5 - 50 people and spend a day (or more) at our learning & development site. Our team are fully trained & qualified in their fields, we complete in depth risk assessments, provide personal protective equipment (PPE) and provide all day refreshments. We build and support bespoke partnerships, whilst ensuring you meet your corporate social responsibility objectives. 

To cover the costs of supervision, PPE, risk assessment and delivery, we charge a cost per head inclusive of a hot, healthy lunch prepared on site for corporate volunteers.

Green Corridor runs a Volunteering programme whereby individual volunteers can donate their time on a one-off or regular basis to give back to their community, make a difference or for DofE/NCS purposes

Get in touch now for more information or to book! 


Are you a business?

Make Green Corridor your Charity of the Year and dedicate your efforts in supporting your community and using your resources to us. 

Green Corridor is always looking for organisations and businesses to create partnerships with so that we can both benefit from your generosity and fulfilment of your social responsibility. Working with us can improve how customers view your company - research has shown that 89% of consumers think that businesses should support a local charity.  Our Corporate supporters help keep our services running by donating funds, spare resources or equipment they may have and short amounts of time meaning we can keep providing high quality support to disabled young people who have fallen through the gap.

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