Corby company seeking charity for them to help in 2016

Corby-based Gateway is asking for submissions for its chosen charity
Corby-based Gateway is asking for submissions for its chosen charity

A Corby-based company, has invited charities to apply to become its chosen charity for next year and benefit from a range of services free of charge.

Gateway HR & Training Ltd is asking for Northamptonshire charities to nominate themselves to be in the running for Gateway HR’s support in 2016.

The winning charity will be able to choose how they use the support including contract and policy work, training courses and mentoring programmes for staff throughout the whole 12 months.

Past charities that have benefited from Gateway’s services have been Brain Tumour Research & Support, Adrenaline Alley and Kidsaid.

Lou Crossman from Gateway HR said: “As you can imagine this can be a real help to charities who employ staff but do not have the resource internally for HR management and / or training.

“We want to highlight this so that local charities are aware that this help is potentially available to them.

“As a company we work hard to support the local economy and help out as much as we can offering free careers advice to schools and mentoring for undergraduates.

“We are also proud sponsors of Corby Amateur Swimming Club who this year celebrate their 50th anniversary.”

Anyone who wishing to nominate a charity to benefit from this free support should visit www.Gatewayhr.com, click on the Charity Partner page and complete the online application.

Applications must be submitted by November 27 with the successful charity will be notified by Gateway HR by December 14 2015 to plan their strategy.