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Become a Corporate Partner

Research shows that taking part in the arts and creative activity promotes better mental health. Our partnerships ensure that everyone involved; from your staff to the people we work with, can live better, live creatively and live well.

We can support you to develop workplace mental health initiatives and enhance the wellbeing of your staff. 

As an example, we are currently developing a photography project with Wilmott Dixon for construction workers involved in the Stockport Interchange project to support their wellbeing. Wilmott Dixon has also provided an Arc banner on their hoardings to promote our work.

We recognise that all partnerships are different and we can develop a model that provides mutual benefit for both organisations. This could be through providing creative mental health sessions for your employees, collaborating on funding a particular area of our work such as our Men’s Music for Wellbeing or Young Mums programmes, or developing a specific creative exhibition that features work from your staff. 

If you are looking for a local charity to partner with for a month or even a year, we’d love to chat about the reasons to choose Arc and the ways we can work together. 

For more information download our introductory Corporate Partnership Pack via the button below, or contact Arc’s Artistic Director, Jacqui Wood on jacqui@arc-centre.org or 0161 480 7731.

Trish Duggan, Cheadle Hulme High School
"Arc offered us a range of art activities to choose from and organised a day which exceeded our requirements and expectations. Not only did our trainee teachers have the opportunity to socialise in a calm and inspiring environment, they were given a practical demonstration of the importance of undertaking activities that allow us to switch off from workload pressures."
Beth Hodder, Wilmott Dixon, June 2022
“Mental fitness is as important as physical well-being to Willmott Dixon which is why we have chosen to partner with Stockport charity Arc. Momentum continues to build around the issue of mental health in the construction sector and working together…is a significant step forward in offering our workforce…the best possible chance at improved mental fitness through innovative and creative initiatives.”
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