Case study: First virtual pledge signing
We are delighted that we can still offer the opportunity for anti-stigma talks and Pledge Signings.
8th June 2020, 9.00am | Written by: Time to Change Wales
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On May 20th 2020, we hosted our first ever virtual pledge signing with The Niche Group Ltd. Given the current circumstances we are finding new and alternative ways of continuing to work with our Employers. We are delighted that we can still offer the opportunity for anti-stigma talks and Pledge Signings.
“As this was the first pledge signing of its kind we were really grateful to Rhys and Tom for working together with us to put it together and to show that Pledge Signings can still be done successfully and to a high standard, and we’d encourage other employers to embrace the new format too!”
- Ceri, TtCW Community Engagement Officer
If you have not yet submitted your action plan or are thinking of signing the Time to Change Wales Pledge, we encourage you to do so. If you have any questions around this, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or oin our event for those interested in Pledging on the 30th of June.
Time to Change Wales is delighted to welcome all new employers to our next Employer Event which will take place on June 30th 2020 between 10:30am and 12:00pm. The focus of this event will be to inspire employers that have not yet pledged to hear best practice examples from a range of experienced pledged Time to Change Wales employers from across Wales. For further details and to register please click here.
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