A corporate partnership with Sailors’ Society will bring huge benefits to your organisation and employees while making a significant and valued contribution to our work. Get in touch with our corporate team today.
Corporate sponsorship is an excellent way to reach your CSR goals while providing vital support to seafarers. Whether sponsoring one of our industry events or a project directly supporting seafarers, we will work with you to find the right opportunity to meet your needs.
Involving employees by allowing volunteering time, encouraging them to work together to raise money or introducing a Matched Giving or Give as you Earn scheme are proven to boost morale and increase skills, confidence, productivity and staff retention.
Nominating Sailors’ Society as your chosen charity is an excellent way of uniting your employees globally to raise money together for a deserving cause. We will work with you to help with fundraising ideas, providing places on our challenge events, providing promotional resources and more.
Depending on the type of product or service you provide, you can work with us to raise vital funds by adding a donation at the point of sale. This could be through a Cause Related Marketing initiative whereby a percentage of sales is donated to Sailors’ Society.
Cargill have been huge supporters of the Society since 2006 with sponsorship of numerous events and through Cargill employees participating in and volunteering for our events. Their high level long-term involvement as headline sponsors for the bi-annual Three Peaks Challenge, Asian Challenge and the Geneva Shipping Ball has strengthened this relationship and enabled us to fundraise successfully for life transforming projects worldwide.
RightShip has been a headline sponsor of our Wellness at Sea programme since its launch in 2015. Wellness at Sea is a coaching and support program devised by Sailors’ Society to promote health and well-being among the world’s seafarers.
UKP&I Club is sponsoring the emotional wellness module of Wellness at Sea. The training, the second in a set of five modules, is designed to improve emotional well-being through early identification of mental health issues and empowerment of the seafarer to handle challenging situations at sea.
Euronav is sponsoring our Wellness at Sea programme from 2016 to 2020. Wellness at Sea is a coaching and support program devised by Sailors’ Society to promote health and wellbeing among the world’s seafarers.
Lloyd's Register has been supporting our emergency welfare fund since 2011, which enables us to provide financial support for seafarers in instances of great need. They also support our Wellness at Sea programme, with a particular focus on the Social Wellness module. In addition, Lloyd's Register regularly participate in Sailors’ Society fundraising and challenge events.
The Baltic Exchange has been supporting Sailors’ Society since 2006. Over the past ten years they have provided high level sponsorship and participation in our Three Peaks Challenge event as well as entering teams into our Asian Challenge. They have regularly participated in, and funded, our annual Goodwood Golf Day and sponsored our carol service. They are also directly helping to fund our chaplain in Singapore.
Pacific Basin supports us through event sponsorship and participation and corporate donations and has been a key partner since 2006, donating more than £203,000 to our work across the world. Staff have joined us at our fundraising dinners in Hong Kong and Singapore as well as our Asian Challenge events and the corporation sponsored five years of running costs for our minibus for seafarers in Manila.
Clarksons Platou is kindly supporting Sailors’ Society’s mobile medical unit project in Chennai, India. The project provides retired and active seafarers and their families with free medical check ups and basic medical services through a van especially fitted out with medical equipment, working with a team of volunteer doctors and nurses.
Inmarsat has been actively supporting Sailors’ Society for the last three years on a range of activities. In particular, Inmarsat has supported Sailors’ Society’s first two Wellness at Sea Conferences as headline sponsor, an event which focuses in on all aspects of crew wellness. Inmarsat is also currently supporting a research project relating to on-board connectivity and its impact on crew cohesion.
Britannia P&I Club supports Sailors’ Society through sponsorship of our Wellness at Sea App. The app enables users to monitor their social, emotional, physical, intellectual and spiritual wellness on a daily basis, in addition to providing information on maritime welfare organisations across the globe and AIS tracking data.