Summer Challenge 2003

Business partners needed.

Would you like to join companies like Lloreal and K West in supporting our Summer Challenge programme and help to support your local community?

The Summer Challenge programme which provides summer activities for chidren in the local area, with help from local companies. Hammersmith & Fulham Education Department (HAFED) are looking for partnerships with local companies, in exchange you get the opportunity to promote your company to over 8,000 local residents through the distribution of the Summer Challenge programme, along with other benefits.

This year’s Summer Challenge programme will run from the 4th – 22nd August and will provide young people aged 10 years to 19 years old with the opportunity to take part in a variety of fun activities. The programme is currently being developed but activities planned so far include circus skills, go-karting, health and nutrition, beauty training, work experience placements in the hotel industry, horse riding, water sports, rookie lifeguards and mud-blasters!

How can businesses get involved?

- Become the main sponsor for one of courses

- Provide work placement opportunities that complement one of the courses

What are the benefits to business?

- Opportunity to promote your company to over 8,000 local residents through the distribution of the Summer Challenge programme

- Opportunity to provide an insight into careers in your industry for your potential future employees

- Opportunity to give something back to the local community

In previous years, we have had successful partnerships with companies such as Seagrams, Thames Water, Fulham Football Club, Matrix Records and Chelsfield and we are keen to continue building new partnerships with business.

If you are interested in supporting the Summer Challenge Programme or would like more information please contact Sam Kemp on 020 8753 3761 or sam.kemp@hafed.org.uk or Lorraine Ward on 020 8753 1863 lorraine.ward@hafed.org.uk


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