Nominate Lennox Children's Cancer Fund as your Charity of the Year! Whether you're a school, association, club, pub or business, you can actively support us all year round and raise your profile and whilst making a positive difference to the lives of children with cancer?
Why Become A Charity Of The Year Partner?
- Become aligned with a good cause.
- Raise your brand profile whilst demonstrating your Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) commitment.
- Increase revenue opportunities.
How to make us your Charity of the Year
Support us through the year with charity collection boxes, get creative with fundraising activities and spread the word about what we do. Be our biggest fan all year round! We can help and advise you to get the ball rolling.Contact us on 01737 365 019 or email@example.com for great fundraising tips.If you would like to get your company involved, please visit the Corporate Partnerships section.Let us do the workIf you have chosen us as your charity of the year, why not get involved in events that we have already organised? Take a look at our upcoming events here
If you support us, we can support you
Ignite your fundraising passion for the year and request a speaker to learn more about what we do. Our speakers are fantastic advocators for the great work we do at The Children's Trust. If you would like one of our speakers to come to you, please contact us on the details above.
If you would like to help improve the lives of thousands of children and families each year, please contact us.
Our Current Charity Of The Year Partners
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Past Charity Of The Year Partners
Sainsbury's Waltham Point - July 2014 - June 2015
The staff at Sainsbury's Waltham Point depot raised £6,179.25 during our 2014/15 charity partnership. They achieved this by holding regular bake sales, selling Christmas calendars, holding a golf day, organising los of Christmas activities and holding a family day at their depot. To conclude our partnership, 21 staff cycled from their depot at Waltham Point, to Paris! Click here to read more about their cycle.