Launched on 28th February at the Doncaster Business Showcase, the DB4C Associate programme, offers it’s members a range of benefits linked to close working ties with the charity and community and the opportunity for each business to raise their own profile in terms of charitable work and fund raising activities for the communities of Doncaster.

Rapidly growing local business led charity Doncaster Business for the Community has launched an innovative new programme in which its ever-increasing number of supporters can become Associates.

Associate benefits include a Certificate and branding on the DB4C website; priority mailing, notification and bookings for DB4C’s expanding events programme and access to the Club Doncaster Foundation DNA Card and services.

During the course of a very successful first year of operations we were inundated with requests from the business community to become more involved and associated with our events.  The DB4C Associate Programme has been designed to answer those requests and will bring more and more businesses together under the DB4C banner to make a real difference for the people of Doncaster.”

DB4C Director, Nigel Tomlinson

In a landmark move Business Doncaster and Club Doncaster Foundation have joined forces with DB4C cementing a partnership that will work together to not only raise awareness of, but also participation in, charitable and community causes in Doncaster whilst promoting the health and well being of the town’s business community.

The Group Head of Marketing & Communications for DRFC & Club Doncaster, Shaun Lockwood said:  “We are pleased that the DNA Card has been chosen to be a core part of the Doncaster Business for the Community Associate Programme.  The DNA Card works as a great employee benefit, providing employee discounts at local and national retailers, a series of learning programmes and of course 25% off advance fares on the LNER East Coast line.”

Businesses wishing to join or receive more information on the DB4C Associate Programme can do so either online through the DB4C website (www.db4c.org.uk) or by telephoning (01302) 9655555).

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