Our corporate partnerships help to make a huge difference to the lives of local people affected by cancer and there are many different ways that your business can get involved with Big C.
Whether you want to volunteer your time or expertise, raise funds at an event or through an online activity, or need help supporting a colleague affected by cancer, we tailor each partnership to your brand, what impact you want to make and what support you may need.
See below ways in which your business can help raise vital funds for Big C or visit our Cancer and the Workplace page to find out about our free support services.
You can also download our Corporate Brochure for more information.
We’re often asked why we support the work of Big C. It’s simple really - cancer touches everyone. Everybody is dealing with it or knows someone who is dealing with it. It affects everyone in some way. If we can help in some small way we will.
Big C are leading the way in Norfolk, for helping those affected by the disease, either through ground-breaking research or via support either in person at their Centres or over the phone. It's only the right that we help them continue to improve the lives of those affected by cancer.
Alan Boswell, Executive Chairman Alan Boswell Group
Charity of the Year
Nominate Big C as your charity partner of the year and unite your staff behind an inspiring cause and demonstrate your business's passion to making a difference in the local community.
Your business could sponsor an area of work, a research project or sponsor a fundraising event. Talk to us about any ideas you may have and we ensure where possible that it matches with your overall strategy.
Staff + Team Challenges, Activities and Events
Get your colleagues together and join us for a fundraising event. Alternatively, you can host your own event, challenge or activity to help raise funds for Big C!
Donate Time or Goods
Hold a donation day at work. You could collect unwanted items to donate to our Big C shops, or alternatively, you could donate items to be used for our support services such as boxes of tea, biscuits or comfort items.