Corporate partnerships

One in three people in the UK are touched by hospice care. It could be your mum, your grandad, or your friend. It could be you. Here are three reasons why we believe your company should choose to support Hospice UK.


You can help your local hospice

A group of nurses from St Peter's HospiceWe support every hospice in the UK, from Edinburgh to Exeter, from Teesside to Truro.

We know that hospices are at the heart of your community. A partnership with us means that we can twin your store, office or site with a hospice close to where you live and work.

You will be making a difference to the lives of thousands of people in your community, and helping to support more than 200 hospices across the country.

You can do something different

A group of staff from Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks at a 'Strictly' fundraising eventWhether you are a Tough Mudder, a marathon runner, a star baker or a star dancer, you can do something different to raise money for hospice care.

We can organise bespoke adventures for our corporate partners, like climbing up some of the world’s highest mountains. We can bring teams together, from across a business, through volunteering days at local hospices. We can even set graduate against graduate in our entrepreneurial 'Apprentice Challenge'.

We will work with you to create bespoke fundraising and volunteering events that are right for you and your team.

We can work together

A group of men on our Corporate 'Great Escape' fundraising challengeWe are really proud to be working with some of the biggest and most respected companies in the UK. Together, we have delivered many fantastic campaigns, smashed fundraising targets and helped each other to achieve our own objectives.

Our award winning team will always go the extra mile to understand your company, your culture and your values. Whatever you want to achieve from a charity partnership, we will work together to deliver a unique partnership that is right for your business.

Choose us, and together we can help more people to live their lives to the full.

What does hospice care mean to you?