Corporate Partners: how your company can make a difference

Our charity is proud to work with a broad range of different companies and organisations based in and around Barking, Havering and Redbridge as well as further afield.

Our corporate partners are all individual to us; we work closely with each of them to find the fundraising ideas or events that work best, whilst engaging and motivating staff.

As well as making corporate donations, many local companies take part in our charity organised events or organise their own. Things are a bit different at the moment, but we have loads of ideas so do get in touch so we can help you in your fundraising aims.

As a charity, we work across both of our acute hospitals – King George in Ilford and Queen’s in Romford - and provide funding to all areas of treatment.

This means we can help your company raise funds for a cause close to you - and best of all, you will know you are making a difference in the local hospitals your staff and customers care about most.


We know that many companies choose to support our charity because of the personal experiences their staff and family members have had in our hospitals - so when it is safe to do so, we would welcome visits where we can show your teams how their support can really make a difference.

We also work hard to recognise your efforts through articles in our staff newsletter, on our social media and through our local press contacts.

You might wish to consider:

  • Selecting us as Charity of the Year (or even longer!)
  • Making a one-off or regular donation
  • Sponsoring one of our events
  • Organising your own fundraising event
  • Joining us at our charity events
  • Match funding - can you match fund?
  • Donating raffle prizes and other goods
  • Joining a Payroll Giving Scheme
  • Collection boxes around your business premises

We would love the chance to talk to you about how your business or group can help make a difference across our hospitals - please get in touch.



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