Fundraising at work is fun, it boosts morale and in turn improves staff engagement!
We offer a range of activities that you can get involved with, whether it be one of our events such as the Colour Run or a challenge of your choice- we’ll be with you every step of the way.
Linking your organisation to Derby & Burton Hospitals Charity is a great way to reinforce your company’s profile as a socially responsible brand to your colleagues, your customers and the community.
As a business you can make a genuine difference to the lives of local people. For more information about how your company can get involved and help Derby & Burton Hospitals Charity, please contact us via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are just some of the businesses that have supported us recently!
Derbyshire County Cricket Club- Based in Derby at the Pattonair Cricket Ground, DCCC have chosen to support the charity for their 2019 season. The charity’s logo can be seen on the teams white shirts and on boards around the stadium- fans purchasing tickets can also make a donation to the charity on the clubs website.
Kerry Foods Ltd- A multi-national company with a production plant in Burton on Trent which creates foods for many major brands and supermarkets. Kerry foods donates 20 convenience meals per week to Derby & Burton Hospitals Charity to be used within the Queen’s Hospital, Snowdrop Suite (Maternity bereavement services).
Reckitt Benckiser- A multi-national company with a production factory in Derby, Reckitt Benckiser have brands such as Cillit Bang, Harpic and Air Wick under their business among other household names. The sales from their staff shop in Derby are donated to Derby & Burton Hospitals Charity to be used on the Memory Café based at Royal Derby Hospital.
Ashfield Healthcare– A multi-national company with a head office in Ashby de la Zouch. Ashfield are a global leader in improving the healthcare industry, supporting businesses with their communications, advisory and commercial needs. They have purchased expensive medical equipment for Derby & Burton Hospitals Charity and allowed their staff to support the hospital by refurbishing areas such as side rooms and gardens.
Rolls Royce- A multi-national company with a large part of their production taking place in the Derby area, Rolls Royce support various parts of the charity from our Paediatric department to end of life care.
Toyota- A multi-national car builder Toyota have a production plant in Burnaston Derby Toyota employees have supported the charity over the years.
National Forest Adventure Farm– A family friendly attraction based in Tatenhill, Burton on Trent, the National Forest Adventure Farm is home to many different animals which can be seen up close. It’s also home to the Maize Maze which each year stages events such as Screamfest for Halloween and the Twilight Maze.
Armadillo Self Storage- A national self storage company with 19 stores from Plymouth to Dundee. The Derby store have supported Derby & Burton Hospitals Charity for 2 years, giving a free storage unit to keep items linked to the charities events that can’t be kept at Royal Derby Hospital due to capacity.