Sponsorship and Charities
These are the Charities and Sponsorship that we at IEP Financial support.
We support these organisations and charities to help make the local community more sustainable and to give something back.
St. Wilfrid’s Hospice Our official company charity for 2017
St. Wilfrid’s Hospice: IEP Financial is delighted to announce a new partnership with St. Wilfrid’s Hospice in Eastbourne. As part of our ongoing commitment to support the local community, and with our new office recently opened in Eastbourne. We are pleased to support this charity with its’ fundraising efforts and build awareness of the role that St Wilfrid’s Hospice has in the local community and further afield.
“St Wilfrid’s Hospice in Eastbourne exists to support, empower and care for people at the end of life. They provide specialist care for people with any progressive and advanced disease.”
Throughout the past two years, IEP Financial has supported the Martlets Hospice in Hove. We are now pleased to be able to continue supporting a new charity in this area of respite and palliative care.
Our aim to help the fundraising efforts by using our local connections in Eastbourne and taking part in fundraising events with our staff, as well as volunteering at the hospice and in their incredibly busy sorting warehouse.
“We are delighted that IEP Financial has nominated us as their Charity Of The Year for 2017. We look forward to working closely with them. These kinds of partnerships are essential to the Hospice and help us enormously in our daily battle to find the £11,800 we need every day, to keep providing the services we do free of charge, to our local community” says Darren Maylam, Community Fundraising Manager.
“When you visit St Wilfrids, it is clear to everyone the incredible impact the staff and the resources have on those suffering with a terminal/longterm illness. We want to do everything we can to support this very worthy charity. With only 15% of their funding coming from the NHS, we will help wherever possible to raise the additional £11,800 daily to keep this incredible facility available to all who need it”. Ian Poysden, Chairman of IEP Financial.
For more information on St. Wilfrid’s Hospice please visit https://stwh.co.uk/
The Martlets Hospice which dates back til 1935 is a registered charity and helps people affected by terminal and life limiting illness living in and around Brighton & Hove. Since 1997 the Martlets Hospice services have been able to help over 25,000 people within the local area.
Dementia Support is an amazing local charity working in partnership with local charitable and voluntary organisations, the NHS, West Sussex County Council and other statutory organisations, to create a unique community centre for dementia. Set up to help and enhance the well being and quality of life for local people living with dementia, their family and carers.
Also our Chairman Ian Poysden has also chosen taken his involvement in the charity a step further and has become a member of the Fundraising Advisory Board.
Sussex Cricket Foundation was formed as a new registered charity to manage all charitable activity on behalf of Sussex Cricket Limited. For more information of the work we have done with them click here.
Ian Poysden said: “I’ve always been very proud of the efforts Sussex County Cricket Club make to encourage the next generation of young cricketers & engage with groups that wouldn’t normally find cricket as accessible as others more fortunate than themselves. I believe strongly in giving something back to the community and that is the Sussex way too.” Sussex County Cricket Club is the oldest within the domestic cricket clubs within the structure of England and Wales. It represents the historic county of Sussex and its limited overs team is called the Sussex Sharks.
Preston Nomads Cricket Club was a founder member of the Sussex Cricket League in 1971, the 1st XI winning the Championship in the League’s inaugural year, again in 1982, 1988, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010 and also in 2012 and 2013 – a record 9 times!
Based at The Saffrons the cricket ground is home to Eastbourne Cricket Club.
Ditchling Cricket Club is based in East Sussex. it is not known when Ditchling Cricket Club played its first game. For a long time we thought a match against Staplefield, in 1837 was the first. Then several years ago, we came across some score cards for a couple of matches between Ditchling and Brighton in July 1818.
The Rialto Theatre is a brand new theatre based in the heart of Brighton showcasing the best in plays, comedy and music. Well worth a visit.
The V Light Project: The iconic Jubilee V plantation on the South Downs near Ditchling is to be transformed temporarily by international light artist Laurent Louyer from the artistic studio ‘Creatmosphere’ to create a stunning site specific light installation. The proposed timing for the light installation is in October 2018 to coincide with harvest.
To find out more about the work we do in our local community click here
To read about our other charity Ball event for the Martletts click here
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