As well as membership fees, MALG now welcomes the generous contributions and support of organisations who provide additional funding to enhance the activity of our lean team of consultants and volunteers and enable us to add further value to our work, especially in response to the Coronavirus crisis.
‘Friends of MALG’ was launched to enable us to meet the increased need to fulfil our aim of ‘working together to improve the lives of people in debt’ while carefully managing our own budgets as a not-for-profit organisation that can no longer rely on revenue from face-to-face events. This additional support is enabling us to deliver things like the MALG Friday Forum and other vital virtual events that act as the ‘missing link’ tying together all the threads of the customer journey from the prevention to the cure of problem debt by facilitating open, non-judgmental discussion, best practice, and joint action.
Bespoke sponsorship packages can come in either the form of a financial contribution or pro-bono resources and either be one-off, short term, or ongoing. Friends of MALG (who are also MALG Members) benefit from being mentioned here on our website and via our other communications channels where relevant, and enhanced corporate social responsibility credentials from supporting us in bringing added value to our widespread membership network and, ultimately to the people they jointly serve.
Those interested in supporting MALG beyond membership in delivering our key services to members (see details of membership benefits here) should contact us on email@example.com to arrange a call to discuss options.
We would like to recognise and thank our current ‘Friends of MALG’ supporters Arrow Global, CDER Group, Experian, Financial Wellness Group, Intrum, Lantern, Lester Aldridge, Lowell, Motonovo Finance, and PRA Group, without whom we could not have navigated our way through 2020/21 and beyond at a time when our purpose and relevance is more apparent than ever.