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Your brand is your company’s identity in the marketplace. It’s what you’re known for and how your customers perceive your company.
It goes without saying that every company strives to maintain a positive brand image, respected identity and favourable public opinion — whether the brand is local, national or global.
Show, publicly, your commitment to improving the mental health of your colleagues, customers and clients by partnering with R;pple.
By supporting a mental health charity, you are opening doors to many other businesses, educational establishments and charities who also care about mental health.
Reach more people and collaborate openly about your organisation’s mission in smashing the stigma surrounding mental health and adding an additional layer of protection to your colleagues, customers and clients through R;pple.
Sponsoring a charity has the potential to differentiate their brand against other competitors who don’t support charities. Strengthening your business image is one of the most valuable benefits of event sponsorship.
Customers love brands that care about spreading positive messages and helping the community. Linking your business to a worthy cause can draw lasting support and media attention.
Highlighting corporate social responsibility: supporting a charity enhances a company’s credibility in a way that can spread a positive attitude amongst their audience and help them reach a new market.
Male suicide is at it’s highest rate in 20 years in 2020 (ONS)
Every 90 minutes in the UK, a life is lost to suicide (The Sun’)
26.8% of people aged 16-24 report having had suicidal thoughts in their lifetime, a higher percentage than any other age group (MHFA)
Three quarters of young people under the age of 35 took their own lives in 2018 were boys or young men. (Papyrus)
Harmful internet use was found in 26%of deaths in under 20s (Samaritans)
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