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Partner with us
Become a corporate partner and increase the integrity of your business, boost staff morale and help children and young people through working in partnership with CASPA.
Our workplace giving program is an efficient and tax-effective way to support CASPA, with donations made directly from an individual’s pre-tax pay. It offers employers a cost-effective way of demonstrating their commitment to charitable causes.
Raise funds and awareness at work
There are loads of ways to boost staff morale and engagement on a grass roots level. Small actions can make a huge impact, so go head to head with teams for a bake off, start planning your next coffee morning, or dress down to raise awareness of vulnerable children across Australia.
Corporate volunteering is an important way for businesses to engage their employees in meaningful causes, often in their immediate community. Berry Street strives to provide mutually beneficial volunteering opportunities as a key component of our corporate partnerships.
As our highly sought after corporate volunteering opportunities are limited, we can only offer these as part of a broader partnership agreement. Volunteering must be complemented by at least one other form of support, such as workplace giving, pro bono services, or direct program funding.
Corporate Partnership Enquiry
Interested in discussing the difference your business can make? We would love to hear from you, please fill in our enquiry form and we’ll be in touch as soon as possible.
Get Involved because it takes a village
CASPA is committed to developing innovative and creative programs that empower families and young people to heal from trauma and achieve their potential. We continue to strive to be a leader in evidence-based therapeutic programs that work to improve life outcomes for those we support.
But we can't do it without your support.
With your generous gift, you help us to make a tangible difference to the lives of children and families who are impacted by homelessness, poverty, family violence, grief and loss, and trauma.
All gifts of more than $2 are tax deductible