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Address: 22 Forest Road West, Nottingham, NG7 4EQ Tel: 0115 970 0516 | 0115 978 6984

What Does It Mean?

There are lots of ways that you and your company can get involved with the Nottinghamshire Deaf Society – and even more reasons why you should.

You can support us through fundraising, volunteering, donating your skills and expertise, or raising awareness about the charity and our services.

Corporate Partnerships

It’s not just us who benefits from working together, you can:

  • Raise your company’s profile in the local area
  • Provide staff with the opportunity to learn new skills
  • Give back to your local community
  • Grow your business and revenue
  • Strengthen your team
  • Increase employee satisfaction
  • Network with other businesses
  • Build long-term relationships
  • Have LOTS of fun

Whether you work for a large corporation or a small local business, we’ll help you get the most out of your corporate partnership with us. When you get in touch, we’ll arrange for you to visit and talk to your Corporate Support Manager about the many ways we can work together.

Here are just a few examples of how you can get involved:

  • Adopt NDS as your Charity of the Year (COTY) in our 125th Anniversary year
  • Volunteer days and longer term volunteering
  • Share your skills and expertise to help us develop
  • Organise a fundraising event
  • Raise awareness about what we do
  • Donate to our campaign

With your support, we can carry on helping deaf and hard of hearing people throughout Nottingham and Nottinghamshire through a range of invaluable services, including a community centre that brings hundreds of people together, British Sign Language (BSL) interpreters who provide communication support, improving the lives of more than 2000 local people, deaf awareness and communication tactics, and accredited BSL training.

If you’d like to find our more about supporting our work and how your company can benefit, please contact us.

FACT…

82% of consumers say whether a company engages with charities and the local community affects their buying decision when faced with similar products and prices.