Our partners are so important to us – every day they help us to get closer to a world where brain tumours are defeated. Whatever the size of your company, we make sure that we deliver innovative, inspiring and mutually-beneficial partnerships that make a real difference.
Why partner with us?
We will defeat brain tumours
We punch well above our weight and are committed to having the greatest possible impact for everyone affected, to defending the most amazing part of the human body, so that a diagnosis no longer means a death sentence. We are experts in our field and have an ambitious five year strategy that aims to transform outcomes and the quality of day-to-day life for those affected by brain tumours.
The research we have funded is already having a direct impact for people with a brain tumour. However, we can do so much more. A charity partnership with us means that you have the opportunity to focus your resources on a cancer of unmet need, knowing your support is genuinely making a significant difference.
We get to know you
People are at the heart of everything we do and we tailor every partnership to suit your needs. Together with your dedicated account manager, we will create a fun and inspiring calendar of fundraising events and volunteering opportunities. We promise to support you at every step of the way and make sure that your team is engaged and motivated to reach their goals.
Avaya have been supporting us for the past year with events including a charity netball match and a pirate themed treasure hunt. Thank you to everyone at Avaya for your continued support and enthusiasm.
"I am delighted that Avaya will be supporting The Brain Tumour Charity as they have supported my family so much." Steve Wright, Finance Director UKI, whose son Luke was diagnosed after his mum spotted our HeadSmart campaign.
We give you exposure
A partnership with The Brain Tumour Charity generates positive PR for your company and can help you to reach a whole new audience. We create a bespoke communication plan for every partnership and support you with publicity amongst your employees or externally to new audiences. Find out more about our current and previous corporate partners.
Chiltern Railways staff have voted for us to be their Charity of the Year for a second year running! This year, they are focussing not only on fundraising but helping us to raise awareness of brain tumours and the work we do.
Chiltern Railways staff kicked the year off by hanging a giant bandana on one of their trains for Bandanas for Brain Tumours Day! We are so thankful for their ongoing support.
We know it's not just about fundraising
Although fundraising is extremely important, we will explore other ways that you can get involved and engage and motivate your colleagues. From volunteering your time and talent, to giving a Gift in Kind or raising awareness of our HeadSmart campaign, we place huge value on other ways of giving back.
“We are delighted to have had a very successful partnership with The Brain Tumour Charity and to have achieved so much together in the battle to defeat brain tumours, raising over £200,000 and doubling our original fundraising target. Over the two years of our partnership we have fundraised through nationwide events and challenges, from scaling Kilimanjaro and running marathons to holding raffles and bake sales. We have been thoroughly supported by The Brain Tumour Charity in all of our fundraising endeavours."
Kerry Stride, National Charity Lead, Hays UK
We offer value for money
The Brain Tumour Charity is 100% reliant on donations and every penny raised really does count. We are not interested in being the biggest, having the most staff or the largest office. We are committed to staying lean, remaining entrepreneurial, to building for scale at all times and to being efficient. For every £1 raised, 80p goes directly towards funding world-class research, raising awareness and improving life today through our support and information services.
It's only by working together that we can make a difference to those affected by this devastating disease. If your workplace wants to get involved, we would love to hear from you.