For Charities

Probado is proud to say that one of first our first clients was a charity that supports vulnerable and homeless people across Tameside, Stockport and Greater Manchester. Through steady growth the charity now employees over 120 staff, has a turnover in excess of £5M and operates across over fifteen sites.

It is now a few years on and our involvement with the charity sector continues to go from strength to strength, largely by referral. We currently work with the following types of charitable organisations:

• Supported Housing and Homeless People
• Drug and Alcohol
• Disability and Mental Health
• Voluntary Community Action organisations
• Young Persons Support and Training organisations

In addition we have undertaken work for number of not for profit and community groups.

We can work with hardware and software donor programs. This makes the acquisition of leading edge software and hardware affordable which keeps funding focused on service users.

Our values of Honesty, Integrity, Knowledge and Excellence is at the heart of all that we do; we always go the extra mile and have helped integrate our contacts from traditional business with charitable clients. We are pleased to say that trustees have been appointed as a result of these activities.

As a company we take an active interest in the sector, not only via donations but via fundraising activities and providing free time to assist with business development activities.

Our client-facing staff are DBS checked and we offer fixed-price tailored contracts, so no surprises – just peace of mind.

To find out more about how we work with the charity sector contact Gordon Maclean or go to our Contact Probado page to get in touch.

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