Asking your employees to fundraise for a charity is an excellent way to bring them together, increase motivation and boost morale.
Whether it’s the whole company or a few colleagues, our corporate fundraising team can help your staff get involved in fundraising for Anthony Nolan. We’ll be there with great ideas, and free materials, and can provide a bespoke calendar of activities and a portfolio of events across the UK that your staff can take part in.
Already planning your fundraising? Brilliant! You can order free materials to help you make the most of your fundraising.
Anthony Nolan has a wealth of experience in managing Charity of the Year partnerships. We have plenty of ideas for how to make partnerships successful and memorable, and we’re dedicated to engaging and motivating staff.
Adopt us as your Charity of the Year and your staff can play a vital part in our lifesaving work.
Entering into a commercial partnership with us is a simple yet effective way of showing the community and your customers that you care. We can help you develop your brand awareness, increase customer loyalty as well as increase sales and secure postive PR.
Sponsoring one of our events or publications is a great way to boost your company’s profile and connect with new audiences. You’ll help us raise money and recruit people on our register – all the while improving your brand image.
Our corporate sponsorship team will talk you through the options.
Without our amazing volunteers, we simply couldn’t do what we do.
By lending their skills and time, your colleagues can support our lifesaving work while working as a team in a new environment, gaining new experiences, and having fun.
There are a lot of ways your staff can volunteer, from joining our register themselves and giving talks to young people about becoming potential donors, to collecting money and cheering at events and training to courier stem cells between donors and recipients.
Could you donate gifts we can use as prizes at fundraising events and auctions? It’s an excellent way for you to showcase your company’s products or services while raising vital funds for Anthony Nolan. Of course, we’ll provide a full acknowledgement and our sincere thanks for any gifts you give us.
£13,000 would pay for a DNA extractor machine, essential equipment that helps us extract high quality DNA samples from patients’ and donors’ blood, so we can make lifesaving matches.
Payroll giving is an easy and tax-effective way for your staff to support us. Employees can sign up to give money each month straight from their pay packet. Donations are taken before tax so an £8 donation is worth £10.
Regular donations are really important for us because, with guaranteed income, we can plan big lifesaving projects for the future. Payroll giving is also a great way to boost staff morale and is proven to improve recruitment and retention rates.
If your company already has a payroll giving scheme, contact your community affairs or payroll department and nominate us as your chosen charity. We can help with any internal promotions to encourage your staff to support our work.
If your company doesn’t have a payroll giving scheme, visit the HM Revenues & Customs website to find out how you can set one up. We can help with materials to launch and promote it to staff.
Make a donation: Your company’s donation will help people in dire need immediately. We’ll use it to recruit more donors to our register and develop our cord blood facilities, so people who desperately need a transplant have the hope of a match.
Nominate us: Companies often rely on their employees to pick their chosen charity. You can help by nominating us and raising awareness of our lifesaving work.
Matched giving: Matching your staff’s donations and sponsorship for our cause is a simple yet motivational way of rewarding their efforts.
‘Having known and supported Anthony Nolan for many years, and admired their sterling work in helping save young people’s lives, we are delighted to make the organisation our company’s charity on an ongoing basis.’
Christopher Carson, Managing Director, CellarVie Wines