Sponsor a Room
The icap Sponsor a Room scheme enables you to sponsor one of icap’s clinical rooms in London or Birmingham, allowing us to cover the costs of one of our therapy rooms and enabling us to provide up to 400 sessions of therapy for those clients whom we would otherwise be unable to support.
Funding from the Irish government covers the cost of providing therapy to most of the people who come to us for help, but every week many more people in severe distress who need help contact icap. We don’t want to shut our doors to those people who have no means to pay and who are not covered by our existing NHS or Government contracts – and you can help us!
By sponsoring our clinical rooms, you can help us to guarantee our services to people we would otherwise have to turn away. You can sponsor a room at the icap centre nearest to you – either in London or Birmingham.
We work with vulnerable people suffering from mental distress and trauma, often caused by childhood abuse, conflict or forced economic migration, and the associated problems of loss of culture and identity.
£10,000 per annum would allow us to cover the costs of one of our therapy rooms, and would provide up to 400 sessions of therapy for those clients whom we would otherwise be unable to support.
Any combination of:
- Single company or individual: £10,000 per annum;
- Two companies or individuals: £5,000 per annum each;
- Four companies or individuals: £2,500 per annum each.
Donations may be made by quarterly or monthly instalments.
To show our gratitude for your support, icap will:
- Display a sponsor’s board at icap;
- Provide recognition of your contribution on icap’s website;
- Acknowledge you in icap’s annual report;
- Provide publicity for your company (including press releases, acknowledgement in icap publications and events.
- Invite you to a reception evening to tour icap, see your room, hear an explanation of the building’s design and meet the therapists.
“You have created a welcoming haven for those who carry brokenness inside them.”
Mary Mc Aleese, President of Ireland.