Anthony Nolan is celebrating achieving a one-star accreditation in the Sunday Times Best Companies annual ranking. The blood cancer charity has also climbed up 32 places in the ranking of the Sunday Times Best 100 Not-for-Profits to Work For and now stands at number 57.
Henny Braund, Chief Executive of Anthony Nolan, said: “At Anthony Nolan, we put people with blood cancer at the heart of everything we do. To get it right for beneficiaries, you have to get it right for staff, by engaging them in the narrative of the charity, celebrating their successes and inspiring them to deliver the best possible impact.
“That’s why I am so thrilled and proud that Anthony Nolan has performed so well in the Sunday Times Best Not-for-Profits to Work For.
“Climbing 32 places in one year is testament to the passionate, can-do, collaborative, fun and friendly spirit that makes Anthony Nolan a great place to work and has helped us achieve so much for people with blood cancer over the last 12 months and in our four-decade history.”
Anthony Nolan saves the lives of people with blood cancer. The charity uses its register to match potential stem cell donors to blood cancer and blood disorder patients in need of stem cell transplants.
It also carries out pioneering research to increase stem cell transplant success, and supports patients through their transplant journeys. Every day Anthony Nolan gives three people a second chance at life.