Current Supporters

We love to work in partnership with with local businesses who care about the local community and our future generation.

All of the businesses below actively support Soft Touch. If you would like to support Soft Touch in any way please contact Chris Wigmore our business director. Chris can be contacted on 0116 255 2592 or by email at

Leicester-based Mocha Marketing has announced a partnership with fellow Chamber member Soft Touch Arts.

Local fashion designer and Betty Brown boutique owner, Suhkina Garcia, has taken Soft Touch on board as a charity that she feels is close to her heart.

Chris Wigmore, our Business Development Director met Alex Kowalczuk, Head of Business Development at Smallman & Son at a networking event back in 2012.

What makes this partnership different is that even though the project rg+p were involved has finished, they are continuing to support us in any way they can.

After meeting Lisa Whitworth, Area Director for RBS, at the Athena Network she brought our local RBS branch manager Oliver Day to visit Soft Touch.

Paul and Jen Rowlett from Everything Branded got involved with Soft Touch in 2014 as they were both keen to support local children’s charities

Niche have been supporting Soft Touch since 2014. As one of their charities of choice in 2014/15.

We met Glynis at a networking event back in 2013 and as a keen supporter of the arts she was really interested in the work that we do.

Pete and Tracey Miller have been great supporters of Soft Touch since 2015.

Phillip Sharpe and his team have been supporting Soft Touch for the last 2 years since they opened their amazing restaurant on King Street.

Soft Touch are delighted and privileged to be chosen as Arthur J. Gallagher Leicester’s charity of the year for the second year running in 2016.

"Working with Soft Touch is personally rewarding and a great way for Spearing Waite to get involved with the local community."

Julie Langton of True Potential Wealth Management is a supporter of Soft Touch Arts and has made us her Charity of the Year for the third year running

Maiyango chefs have given our young participants experience of working in a commercial kitchen and in working on outside events.

Newby Castleman have been our accountants for many years and they have helped us out with generous donations towards the running of our events in our new building.

We met Joe and Darren from Arch Creative at the 2013 Leicester Mercury Business Awards.

The Practical Printer believes that the future belongs to the creative energies of today’s youth. By supporting Soft Touch Arts, we believe we are helping to support everyone’s future.