There are a number of sponsorship opportunities available throughout the year, where you can work collaboratively with us to reach new audiences:
Guide Dogs Annual Awards
The prestigious Guide Dogs Annual Awards was held at The Hurlingham Club on Wednesday 17 May 2017 and celebrated the outstanding achievements of our inspirational guide dog owners, enthusiastic supporters and dedicated guide dogs.
In 2015 the Guide Dogs Annual Awards was held at the London Hilton on Park Lane, attracting many celebrities and gaining extensive media coverage. It was a truly glitzy and glamorous affair, with a 1920's theme.
Guide Dogs Week
Guide Dogs Week is our annual flagship fundraising campaign held in the first week of October and celebrated across the UK. It’s a chance for everyone to support our life changing work and celebrate the amazing partnerships and independence we provide to people living with sight loss.
We’d like to invite you to be one of our VIP partners and celebrate with us in style!
This year’s theme ‘Move It for Money’ is all about finding something that moves you to action. Think about what you love doing and turn it into a fundraiser!
To discuss opportunities for Guide Dogs Week 2018, get in touch today!
What’s in it for you?
- Extensive media coverage of your organisation
- The opportunity to align with one of the UK’s most recognised and respected charities
- A range of fundraising and volunteering opportunities to promote to your employees and customers
- A dedicated Guide Dogs Account Manager
We have a number of sponsorship and cause related marketing opportunities available and are keen to work collaboratively with your brand to reach a new audience.
Our national mass participation event, uniting man’s best friend and their owners to become super heroes, is going from strength to strength.
Your dog has the power to give someone a new life. Dogs Unite is a chance for dogs and their owners to get together for a sponsored dog walk, supporting the next generation of Guide Dogs. The money you and your four-legged friend raise will help train puppies and change the lives of people living with sight loss.
In 2014 almost 4,000 people teamed up with their dogs, and via social media, told more than 2 million of their friends. By half way through 2016 we already had over 8,000 people taking part in Dogs Unite - get in touch now to be part of the social buzz!
- Inclusion in our social media drive
- Logo on the Dogs Unite website and emails
- Presence at each main event
- Inclusion in the event goody bags
- Logo on promotional materials; t-shirts, bags, etc.
If you are interested in becoming an official partner of Dogs Unite contact us now to discuss current opportunities.