Support Your Community
Although we try and raise some of our own income through various means such as hiring of our venue and fundraisers, the Friendship Cafe and City Farm relies heavily on volunteers, donations and grants.
Some of sponsors past and present are listed on the right of this page, without whom we would not have been able to acheive as much as we have. We thank them wholeheartedly for their support in the past, in the present and hopefully in the future.
You can support us through offering your time, skills or through financial contributions.
Thank you for the way you bring both joy and support to people of different faiths and no faith
Rachel Treweek, Bishop of Gloucester
Sponsors & Volunteer Info
Some of sponsors past and present are listed on the bottom of this page, without whom we would not have been able to achieve as much as we have. We thank them wholeheartedly for their support in the past, in the present and hopefully in the future.
The need for skills vary from time to time and can be as varied as carpentry to electrical work to decorating to web support. If you feel that you have something particularly useful to offer please give us a call to see the current skills needed.
Businesses can get involved too…
We recognise and believe in the value of partnering with companies and organisations to deliver our goal of improving the lives of people in Gloucester and beyond.
Working with us can positively influence your internal communications, supporting and developing relationships between colleagues.
Collaboration can motivate staff, promote creativity, team building and project a positive external image.
Join with our established track record of success and our credibility and be part of supporting local communities.
If your company shares people-focused values and wants to gain business benefits in a constructive way, we would be delighted to discuss a tailored programme of activity with you.
In the past, companies and organisations such as ‘Business in the Community’ have decorated rooms, been involved in litter-pick, tidy-up days, or built specific things for us to use. Network Rail, for instance, volunteers DIY-minded staff to us a few days each year to help us with a wide variety of small and large jobs whilst Niks Timber donated timber for our woodwork volunteers to build a wooden milking ‘cow’ for children. Your company may have specific skills and trades that we may make use of. We look forward to hearing from you.
Call or email our Coordinator, Imran Atcha