Corporate partnerships

A corporate partnership with Sussex Community NHS Charity is a great way to show your support for the community, whilst boosting your company's profile.

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Why partner with us

 

A partnership with our charity can not only make a huge difference to the lives of patients and staff in your local NHS, but it can also help you meet your business needs and motivate your team.

By partnering with us, you can demonstrate your commitment to corporate social responsibility, and most importantly, help to fund life-changing projects to enhance patient care and support our staff.

Read on for more information or get in touch to find out how we can work together to create a partnership that benefits everyone.

  • spread the word – promote our partnership and expose your brand to our network of 6000 staff across Sussex
  • teach your goals – meet your corporate social responsibility and business needs by supporting your local community and helping you stand out from your competitors
  • motivate your team – boost morale and goodwill among your employees
  • benefit financially - claim back VAT incurred in manufacturing the items donated

Ways you can help

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Sponsorship

Sponsor our upcoming events to provide us with valuable support whilst raising brand awareness for your company. Get in touch to discuss current opportunities and sponsorship packages.

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Donate an item

Donate items or services to directly support NHS staff and improve the patient experience, or donate raffle or auction prizes to raise funds.

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Employee fundraising

Boost staff morale and engage your customers with creative fundraising activities to support our charity. Check out our Fundraising Toolkit for useful resources and important guidance. 

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Donate

Make a donation to our general pot or to a specific service with a close connection to your business. 

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Corporate-related marketing

Sell products or service with a percentage of the proceeds donated to our charity. A mutually beneficial collaboration could help boost your sales and awareness of our charity.

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Volunteer

If your company offers staff volunteering days, check out our current opportunities or get in touch to discuss initiatives for your team to get stuck into. 

Corporate Fundraising Pack

Check out our Corporate Fundraising Pack to learn more about the fantastic benefits of partnering with our charity and ways to support us. Download to get started on your fundraising journey today.

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Fundraising Toolkit

Check out our Fundraising Toolkit and find everything you need to get started on your fundraising journey including useful resources, the legal stuff and essential guidance. 

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Charity collection tin

By displaying one of our tins you will help to raise awareness and funds for the charity, supporting your local NHS.

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How your fundraising helps

The donations we receive through fundraising can make a big difference to our patients, staff and volunteers.
Here are just a few examples of what the money you raise can do:

Care bag

£25 could fund care bags for 5 patients returning home after a stay in hospital

Mobile tablet

£80 could fund a mobile tablet for inpatients to connect with loved ones whilst in hospital

Patient activities

£200 could fund activities to support the wellbeing and recovery of patients who are isolated

Space improvements

£500 could renovate a breakroom, providing a comfortable place to rest so staff can deliver the best possible care

Electric bike

£1500 could fund an electric bike for healthcare workers visiting patients at home, improving their wellbeing as well as protecting the environment

The Grafter Team drop 138m to raise funds

The team at The Grafter, a London based business consultancy company, have set their sights on making a leap this April by taking part in an iDrop off the Brighton i360 to raise funds for Sussex Community NHS Charity.

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Rachel Murphy, owner of The Grafter, and Yvonne Murphy

Talk to the team

 

Speak to Lucy, our dedicated Partnerships Officer, for advice, tailored packages and current opportunities to support our charity.

Get in touch

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