Work with us and help us raise more money for bowel disease research, education and training.
The Foundation is always open to new opportunities to work with corporate partners.
Developing a partnership with a corporate partner would help support the research, education and training at St Mark’s Hospital.
Our work is of vital importance because
- Bowel cancer is the fourth most common cancer in the UK
- Around 300,000 people in the UK are living with IBD
- St Mark’s is a specialist Hospital that treats patients with highly complex bowel disease
- Over 60% of patients have been referred to St Mark’s because general hospitals are unable to meet these patients needs
The increasing incidence rates of IBD coupled with the commonality of bowel cancer means that the need to fund research in this field has never been more crucial.
The Foundation is also open to a corporate partnership to help improve the operational side of the charity. The charity would welcome the opportunity to engage in a partnership in which we can encourage skill sharing exercises. This is because we could benefit from developing our existing marketing and digital communications.
For future development of the charity, expansion of our existing knowledge in these particular areas would prove invaluable because it would significantly improve outreach capabilities.
The Foundation wants to embark upon mutually beneficial relationships and will
- Encourage active engagement from staff and promote team building activities
- Advise on PR surroundings your support to ensure positive exposure
- Align with your companies CSR objectives
To discuss a potential partnership, skills sharing, fundraising at work or nominating us for charity of the year please contact Chief Executive Jason Bacon on 020 8235 4042 or email email@example.com
Existing corporate partnerships and support
The Foundation is grateful for the support of corporate companies who facilitate fundraising.
Morrisons in Hatch End kindly supports the Foundation by facilitating in store fundraising events such as Christmas bag packing events.
This year the Foundation was awarded a £4,000 Tesco Bags of Help grant for the Surgical Robotics Research Programme. Additionally, Tesco in Cricklewood have also supported the Foundation by facilitating in store fundraising events with The Challenge (NCS).
For several years, Yakult have kindly support our printed information and fundraising publications. You can see our most recent seasonal campaign, supported by Yakult, here.
Asda kindly supports the Foundation by facilitating in store fundraising events such as bag packing events.