Genie provides progressive support in a safe environment at no cost to clients, which is why we appreciate all the help we receive. For every £1 spent at Genie £27 is saved to the public purse. From donations (monetary or other), to volunteering, fundraising and general offers of help and assistance:
We receive no statutory funding, and so all donations, large or small, are very valued and much appreciated. Every donation helps us continue providing daily life-changing services to some of our regions most marginalised citizens.
Donations don’t have to be only monetary!
We work with people who are homeless or hostel living, and many can’t afford warm dinners and hot drinks, and to help them we also welcome:
Non-perishable food donations
Clothes that are in good condition
Blankets and bedding
Fundraise for us
If you would like to go the extra mile and help us raise money to keep the Genie charity going, as well as raising awareness for overcoming substance addiction and mental health issues, please get in touch at: email@example.com – all help is very welcome here at Genie.
Genie is able to provide its services thanks to our dedicated, hard-working and caring volunteers, who help us with the day to day running of our charity.
Many of our valued recovery volunteers are former clients who mentor current clients, which is of huge benefit to clients as it gives them tangible evidence that recovery is both possible and meaningful. Additionally, we recruit many volunteers from local universities including LJMU and LIPA in a variety of capacities, and welcome people from many other walks of life who want to make a difference.
If you’d like to volunteer with us and progress within your personal, and/or professional development, please download our volunteer application form below and email it to our Volunteer Coordinator, Diane: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or if you have any volunteering enquiries please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Social Responsibility, also called responsible business, describes corporation businesses that operate socially ethical practice.
Today’s consumers want more than high quality products when making a purchase, they’re also prioritising corporate social responsibility (CSR) and holding corporations accountable for effecting social change with their business beliefs, practices and profits.
Companies see CSR as an opportunity to strengthen their business, and evidence suggests that corporations increase long-term profits by operating from a CSR perspective.
Our charity embraces various CSR approaches, big and small, and that mutually benefit and enhance both businesses. If you would like to discuss forming a CSR partnership with us please contact us.