Corporate partnerships

Working together could bring invaluable benefits to your business

We can make a difference to local lives by working together with you and your employees or workmates. From staff fundraising to innovative partnerships, your help means St Wilfrid's can continue to care.

We're proud to take an active role in supporting St Wilfrid’s Hospice, giving something back through fundraising and volunteering opportunities.

Simon Wilson, Co-Founder and Director of Greystone Engineering

You can organise a team to take part in one of our events or your staff can do their own fundraising.

Get your colleagues together and do something fun this December to raise money for our Christmas Care 24-7 appeal to keep the Hospice caring over the Christmas Week. From Seasonal Sweepstakes to Guess the Santa Selfie, we've got loads of ideas to fill your Christmas workplace with cheer! Find out more here.

We are always on the lookout for more volunteers of all description. We're currently recruiting corporate teams to help with some of the logistics of moving to our new Hospice for example. Follow this link for more information about available opportunities.

 

We'd love to chat to you about how we can work in partnership. Please call Alisa Lakeman-Ford on 01243 755184 for a chat or email her at alisa.lakeman-ford@stwh.co.uk.

Our Partners

St Wilfrid's enjoys the support of lots of different companies in lots of different ways, throughout the region.

A huge welcome to our newest corporate supporter, Woods Travel! We can't wait to work on lots of exciting 2019 fundraising initiatives with the staff at Woods!

Covers Timber Merchants and Builders Merchants have a chain of depots throughout the South Coast of England including Chichester, open to the trade and to the public. Covers runs an annual Help the Hospices Week to raise money for the hospices in their local areas.

A big thank you to all the local solicitor firms that support St Wilfrid's Make a Will week. In 2018 they included Helen Gagan Solicitors, Anderson Rowntree, The Owen Kenny Partnership, Addison Law, Hobbs Law, George Ide LLP and SMR Solicitors.