The chance to spend time learning from some of Teesside’s most successful business leaders is just one of the advantages smaller businesses will receive through the newly launched Infant Hercules Charity Club – and we can reveal its very first members.
Offering a new level of business membership of the Philanthropic Foundation, the Infant Hercules Charity Club is designed to appeal to successful but smaller businesses who couldn’t commit to the sums involved with being a Patron but are keen to support the Foundation on a corporate level. First to join the Infant Hercules Charity Club, having signed up on the night of our Charity Ball, are local firms Abacus Bean, JH Mechanical Services and PALI, plus the Cunningham family, and Nigel and Claire Vaughan.
Benefits of membership will include an invitation to an exclusive, intimate quarterly business gathering – limited to one representative from each member organisation – where prominent local business leaders will tell their story, offer business tips and take part in a Q&A with members. Already confirmed as speaker at one of these business gatherings is Philanthropic Patron Bill Scott MBE, CEO of Port Clarence-based Wilton Engineering and widely recognised as one of Teesside’s most successful businesspeople.
Other benefits of joining the Infant Hercules Charity Club include:
- The opportunity to publicly show support and make a difference for the most disadvantaged Teessiders
- To see your business listed and personally mix with some of Teesside’s most influential, successful businesses and business leaders
- Company logo on charity website and in each issue of our bi-annual magazine
- Article on charity’s popular Facebook feed and mentions on Twitter when signing up
Membership to the Infant Hercules Charity Club is £1,000 a year or £100 a month.
If you’d like to be considered to attend the invite-only launch event of the Charity Club, please email email@example.com