NEA and You
NEA works extensively with the private sector, particularly within the domestic energy industry and offers a variety of opportunities to develop partnerships that will have a significant impact.
By working in partnership, your business can assist NEA to:
- Pilot new innovative approaches to tackling fuel poverty through local demonstration project
- Promote the benefits of energy efficiency through regional and national events, publications and major campaign
- Research, monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of initiatives to tackle fuel poverty.
By working in collaboration with NEA your business will have access to a range of unique benefits. As a sponsor of our work your company logo will feature on associated publications and the NEA website. Your business will have the chance to be represented at major national and regional events and you will have the opportunity to network with representatives from local and central government, other private sector companies and voluntary groups. You will also have the opportunity to share your company’s aims and objectives with a new audience of stakeholders.
The benefits of working with NEA
NEA can offer a range of distinctive benefits to our partners and the sponsors of our work:
Marketing your company
- Your company logo will be featured on relevant and associated documents, publications and project materials
- An article about our partnership could be featured in NEA’s charity magazine NEA Focus, which has a circulation of approximately 500 key stakeholders
- Where appropriate, NEA will undertake media work to promote the outcomes of our partnership or project work
- Representatives from your business will be invited to attend and/or speak at relevant events.
Meeting your CSR objectives
- The partnership will promote your organisation’s corporate social responsibility and charitable commitments. Your staff can also get involved in activities and projects
- Your commitment to the fuel poor will be recognised by other stakeholders as representatives from your business will have the opportunity to be involved in the delivery of our joint activities
- A final report on the sponsored activity/project would be produced for your organisation.
If you have a partnership idea you would like to discuss, or for further details of how we could work together and how you can help support NEA, please contact a member of the Business and Partnerships Team:
Nicola Jeavons, Business and Partnerships Officer
Jamie-Leigh Ruse, Business and Partnerships Officer
Helen Coates, Business and Partnerships Officer
Laura McVeigh, Fundraising and Communications AssistantPublished on 17-06-2016