Purpose Wrestling Complaints Policy

Policy statement

Receiving feedback and responding to complaints is an important part of improving Purpose Wrestling’s accountability. Ensuring our stakeholders can hold us to account will improve the quality of our work in all areas.


This policy applies to Purpose Wrestling and is universal in its application. A complaint can be made by any supporter, partner organisation, community or individual with whom we work, or any member of the public whether an individual, company or other entity, in the UK or anywhere else in the world.


A complaint is an expression of dissatisfaction about the standards of service, actions or lack of action by Purpose Wrestling or its staff and associated personnel. It is a criticism that expects a reply and would like things to be changed. Complaints could include the following (which is not an exhaustive list):

  • Concern from someone we work with about the quality of programme delivery
  • Concern from a member of the public or supporter about a particular action, fundraiser or event
  • Concern about the behaviour of staff or associated personnel

A complaint has to be about some action for which Purpose Wrestling is responsible or is within our sphere of influence. A complaint is not:

  • A general inquiry about our work
  • A request for information
  • A contractual dispute
  • A request to amend records e.g. to correct an address, cancel a donation
  • A request to unsubscribe from a Purpose Wrestling service, e.g. a newsletter or email

The complaints procedures do not apply to complaints that are subject to current investigation by any regulatory body or other legal or official authorities in the UK or other countries in which we operate. Such issues will be dealt with by the relevant regulatory body.

Procedures for making a complaint

It is hoped that most complaints or concerns about Purpose Wrestling work or behaviour can and will be dealt with informally by staff or volunteers at a local level. However, it is recognised that not all issues can be resolved in this way and that a formal complaints mechanism is required for those occasions when an individual or organisation wishes to make their complaint a matter of record and to receive a formal response.

How to make a complaint

All formal complaints should be made in writing either directly from the individual or organisation making the complaint or via someone acting on their behalf. See below for details about to whom to address a complaint.

Who can make a complaint?

This policy is global in application. A complaint can be made by:

  • Any supporter, e.g.: Customer, parent of customer, partner of customer, etc.
  • Partner organisation
  • Community or individual with whom we work
  • Any member of the public, whether an individual, company or other entity in the UK or around the world

Who is not covered by this policy?

Complaints by staff are governed by Purpose Wrestling’s procedures for dealing with problems in the workplace and the Purpose Wrestling Code of Conduct.

Complaints relating to serious incidents such as fraud and corruption or safeguarding concerns will be dealt with through the relevant policy and procedures.

How to make a complaint

Complaints will be accepted by using the following information.

Email: mail@purposewrestling.com
Complaints should be addressed to the company directors.

Please note that complaints received via social media will be read, and the person making the complaint will be asked to forward it by email for full disclosure.

Complaints which are confidential in nature will be treated as such to the best of our capacity.