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    AoC Charitable Trust Sponsorship Opportunities AoC Charitable Trust Sponsorship Opportunities Document Transcript

    • Pr ospect us of Sponsor sh ipOppor t u nit ies
    • Further Education (FE) Colleges in the UK leadthe world in the range and inclusiveness oftheir provision, their deep commitment to theircommunities and their creative response to theindividual learner.The Association of Colleges (AoC) represents andpromotes the interests of Colleges and provides 400UK Colleges with professional support services.The AoC Charitable Trust was established in 1994 toadvance the education of members of the public overthe age of 16 years.It offers organisations and individuals the uniqueopportunity to contribute to the sector thatunderpins the hopes and aspirations of young peopleand older students throughout their lives in thewider interest of UK society and overseas partners,through support of one of its programmes.Help us by being part of the Further Education sectorthrough sponsorship of one of our programmes.Lord Willis of KnaresboroughPresidentAoC Charitable Trust
    • AoC Sponsors and Sponsorship opportunitiesBeneficiaries AoC Beacon AwardsThe Mencap and RNIB Award for InclusiveLearning 2010/11 Beacon Award winner: The AoC Beacon Awards have a deserved reputationThe Foundations Studies Team, City College for highlighting the very best that Further EducationNorwich Colleges offer, by capturing and celebrating the positive impact that they have on their learners, employers and communities. Sponsorship of an AoC Beacon Award gives your organisation the opportunity to become involved with this highly respected awards programme. Two main levels of sponsorship are available - an Award Sponsor and a Core Sponsor. The Award Sponsor funds an entire award of their choosing, with criteria devised in consultation with the AoC Beacon Award’s Chief Assessor. The“ We are delighted with the success of package covers the award prize plus a contribution to core funding (see the benefits below). This ensures ProjectSearch. It has been a pleasure to complete ownership of the award and entitles you to work with these young people and they are take part in the assessment process and all events. “ already making a valuable contribution to You will have a platform at the winners presentation as well as a high profile at the two national events our hospital life. and networking opportunities amongst keyDeputy Director of Nursing, Norwich City Hospital delegates, MPs and Ministers. A Core Sponsor contributes to the core funding which the Steering Group allocates within theThe British Council Award for International Awards portfolio. The package ensures brandingStudent Support 2010/11 Beacon Award winner: across all publications and events and entitles you to a platform at the winners presentation of an award.International Team, Edinburgh’s Telford College“ Studying at the College has been an incredible experience. I have grown in “ confidence not only in my studies but also on a personal level.Atwell, South Africa
    • The Jardine Lloyd Thompson Benefit SolutionsSponsorship benefits include Award for Health and Community Care 2010/11 Beacon Award winner: `` Reaching over 7m people via the AoC’s online, The Dept of Education, Health and Care, press and radio campaigns – a combined PR value of over £130,000* Hartlepool College of FE `` Involvement at two high-profile national events at the AoC’s Annual Conference and in Westminster `` Meeting with Ministers, MPs, other sponsors and opinion formers at the national and other networking events `` Opportunity to be involved in the assessment of the awards; visiting Colleges to see first-hand “ their innovative work and meet the people This programme has been a fantastic behind it opportunity for the staff and students `` Dedicated pages in the Beacon Awards involved in the project. We have prospectus and branding across all publications demonstrated that by challenging “ and national events expectations we can change aspirations. `` A chance to sit on the Beacon Awards National Sue Baker, Lecturer Health and Care Steering Group and shape the future direction of the Awards `` Discounted access to other AoC services Edge Award for Practical Teaching and Practical Learning 2010/11 Beacon Award winner:*(figures from the 2010-2011 programme) Creative Studies Team, Coleg MorgannwgYou can also become a Friend of the AoC BeaconAwards by making a small annual contributionto the core funding by direct debit. Your supportwill be acknowledged in the AoC Beacon Awardsprospectus and on the AoC website and you willreceive a termly email highlighting key milestonesin the Beacon Awards year. “ It is a way of growing up. You are involved “ and learn so much about yourself and the industry. Student
    • AoC Gold AwardWinners Sponsorship opportunities AoC Gold Awards Each year, the AoC Gold Awards celebrate the achievements of former Further Education students by recognising alumni whose Colleges have played a significant part in their careers. Previous winners in the now 75-strong FE Hall of Fame include celebrities such as Colin Firth, Baroness Warsi, Jimmy Choo, Deborah Meaden, Alan Titchmarsh, Stephen Fry, Gok Wan, Jamie Oliver“ College saved me, I’ve always felt very grateful for the extraordinary level of faith and Natasha Kaplinsky. Other prominent winners include Spencer Dale (Chief Economist at the Bank of England), Sir Alec Jeffries (Royal Society Wolfson they managed to maintain in me. It’s left Research Professor in Genetics) and Stewart Milne me with a belief that everybody deserves (Chairman and Chief Executive of the Stewart Milne a second chance. I must have been paying Group). “ some attention as I can still quote randomly All attended an FE College and attribute their from Thomas Hardy and Lord Byron. success to their time there.Colin Firth, Gold Award winner 2010, Barton Peveril To recognise the impact that the winners have on theCollege aspirations of current students the AoC Charitable Trust runs a ‘mini me’ campaign. The College of the Gold Award winner selects a current student who is studying the same course and has similar career aspiration. These students are invited to attend the national presentation ceremony to meet with their winner and hear more about how they achieved their success. The ceremony is held on the Terrace Pavilion at the House of Commons where the winners are presented with their awards by Lord Willis of Knaresborough, President of the AoC Charitable Trust.“ I have always lived my life loving what I do and always try my very best and would There are two sponsorship options for the AoC Gold Awards - Sole Sponsor or Part Sponsor. encourage all other young people to work The Sole Sponsor funds the Awards for a minimum hard, be curious and always make the most of three years. The package covers the option to be involved in the selection process for the winners, of opportunities that come your way. I branded publicity material, quotes in press releases, am flattered and honoured to receive this an interview slot as part of the radio campaign, award and would like to thank the AoC and “ a speaking slot at the presentation ceremony and invitations for up to ten guests to attend the Myerscough College for nominating me. ceremony to meet the winners, Colleges, students,Christine Walkden, AoC Gold Award winner 2009, Ministers, MPs and Peers.Myerscough College
    • Part Sponsors contribute to core funding which theTrust uses to support the running of the AoC GoldAwards. The package includes shared branding ofpublicity material and invitations for up to threeguests to attend the ceremony.Sponsorship benefits include: `` Reaching over 6m people via the AoC’s online, press and radio campaigns – a combined PR value of over £107,000* “ I hope that Kirklees College continues to inspire generations of talented young “ people, whose skills are the life blood of our `` Involvement in the selection process of the country. winners Baroness Warsi, Gold Award winner 2011, Kirklees College `` Branding on all publicity material including the nomination form, all correspondence sent to all UK Colleges, the AoC website and event invitations, College certificates and programme `` Meeting with the winners, Colleges, students, Ministers, MPs and Peers at the national presentation ceremony at the House of Commons(*figures from the AoC Gold Awards 2011programme) “ I owe a big debt to Exeter College. It was the place at which I was first introduced “ to the potential power and reach of We also have opportunities to sponsor economics. an AoC Research Fellow, to fully fund or part support a Student Bursary Spencer Dale (Chief Economist for the Bank of Scheme or become a Silent Auction England), Gold Award winner 2010, Exeter College donor, giving items or services to the Trust. For more information please ring Alice Thiagaraj on 020 7034 9917 or email alice_thiagaraj@aoc.co.uk.
    • Corporate social Corporate Social ResponsibilityresponsibilityAdvances in social media give everyone an We are able to provide your organisation withinstant voice with a ready audience. Unethical or an opportunity to fulfil part of its CSR agendadestructive practices can quickly fuel conversations by offering sponsorship of a number of carefullyonline. Organisations are accountable for their selected programmes. Each benefits the practice andactions like never before. aims of further education while promoting your brand values and reputation in the sector.“ 88% of consumers said they were more likely to buy from a company that supports and “ Our sponsorship opportunities can endorse your CSR policies to help win new business, increase customer retention, generate innovation and learning engages in activities to improve society. and enhance your influence in our sector.Better Business Journey, UK Small Business Consortium International Mentoring Programme One example is the African Mentoring Programme - a unique project linking UK College staff to their African peers. Its origins lie in the voluntary work that has been carried out in the last decade by serving and retired College staff, working with and supporting colleagues in leadership and management roles in African vocational institutions. The pilot programme which commenced in March 2011 has demonstrated the mutually beneficial links that can be established. AoC and other key partners have been raising awareness of the programme, through presentations, media relations and other dissemination activities. The AoC Charitable Trust is now looking for new partners and sponsors to join us to help grow the valuable links established through the pilot programme.AoC International Mentoring ProjectBotswana
    • Sponsor benefits include: `` Opportunity to contribute to valuable and sustainable partnerships between UK Colleges and Africa `` Association with a programme that will make a valuable contribution to capacity building Africa’s Vocational Training and Education sector `` Opportunity to contribute to UK based dissemination events `` Chance to establish presence and links with AoC’s African partners `` Chance to meet and work with the programme’s other stakeholders and share ideas on working with African partners `` Presence on programme literature and publicity material `` Opportunity to meet and work with Colleges and College professionals with an international focusFor more information on CSR opportunitiesincluding the International Monitoring Programmeplease ring Alice Thiagaraj on 020 7034 9917 or emailalice_thiagaraj@aoc.co.uk.
    • ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sponsorship expression of interest form Name: .................................................................................................................................... Job title: ................................................................................................................................. Organisation: ...................................................................................................................... Address: ............................................................................................................................... ..................................................................Post code: ........................................................... I would be interested in supporting the following areas of the AoC Charitable Trust (please tick all that apply): AoC Beacon Awards as an award sponsor @ from £15,000 per year  AoC Beacon Awards as a core sponsor @ c£5,000 per year  Friend of the AoC Beacon Awards @ minimum £20 per year  AoC Gold Awards as sole sponsor @ from £20,000 per year for three years  AoC Gold Awards as a part sponsor @ from £5,000 per year  International Mentoring Programme sponsor @ from £10,000 per year  AoC Research Fellow @ c£20,000 per year  Silent Auction donor  Please specify the item(s) or service(s) you would like to donate: ................................................................................................................................. AoC Student Bursary Scheme supporting a complete bursary @ c£25,000  AoC Student Bursary Scheme part-supporting a bursary @ from £5,000  General contribution to support the running of the Trust  The Association of Colleges Charitable Trust is a Registered Charity in England and Wales (charity number 1040631) and in Scotland (charity number SC039064). As such, all monies donated to the Trust are restricted and may only be used for the purpose specified by the donor. Most companies donating to the Trust will be eligible to claim corporation tax relief of up to 5% of the donation, depending on the amount given. Further information can be found at the HMRC web site. The Trust can maximise the value of its donations from individuals by reclaiming tax from HMRC on its ‘gross’ equivalent i.e. for every £1 donated, the Trust will be able to claim an extra 25 pence. For more information on sponsorship opportunities please ring Alice Thiagaraj on 020 7034 9917 or email alice_thiagaraj@aoc.co.uk.
    • ©Association of Colleges 20112 - 5 Stedham Place London WC1A 1HU Tel: 020 7034 9900 Fax: 020 7034 9950 Email: charitabletrust@aoc.co.uk Web: www. aoc.co.uk