“We have chosen Cynthia Spencer as our Charity of year as we have seen the effects terminal illness has on patients and their family and friends first hand through our own peers and also the industry that we are in. As Cynthia Spencer is a local hospice we need to try to raise much needed funds to support the amazing care that the hospice provides to their patients and families.”
Sian Stone, Business Manager
“We know from firsthand experience how the Hospice has helped our own family members and friends over the years. This is why we have chosen the Hospice as our charity of the year and it gives us great pleasure to give something back to the community we are part of".
Sally Knights, Director
“We are pleased at Artemis UK to support Cynthia Spencer Hospice. We are passionate about charity work in our local community and support wholeheartedly the work Cynthia Spencer does. We are excited to continue fundraising”
Mia Miller, Brand Vision Manager
“I am delighted we are dedicating our fundraising to Cynthia Spencer Hospice. After my husband died the grief counselling that was offered through the hospice really helped me on my journey to heal. They do so much for us all, we want to do something to say thank you”
Helen, Business Manager and Co-owner
“Cynthia Spencer are a charity that we hold close to our hearts after co-owner of dbfb, Bill Oliver, sadly passed away in the hospice in 2016. The support and care given to Bill was absolutely incredible. We are touched by the hard work and passion that every Cynthia Spencer team member puts into their role, with the patients at the heart of everything they do. This is why we have chosen the Hospice as our charity of the year, we take great pleasure being able to give back to the Northamptonshire community in this way.”
Chloe McGowan, Marketing Executive
"We have chosen to support the Hospice because we know you do great work in the community and as a valued client we wanted to support you!"
Clare Elsby, Head of Marketing and Business Development
"We are proud to continue to support Cynthia Spencer Hospice. Team members at Kilby Fox have had first-hand experience of the amazing support and care that the Hospice provide, not only to their patients, but their loved ones too. It gives us great pleasure to be able to give something back."
Debbie Alford, Business Development Manager
"At Northampton Life Magazine we have chosen to support Cynthia Spencer as it was voted for by the public as the charity of the year through publication. With this, we felt it would be right to help raise the profile and awareness of everything the hospice does and help showcase the events coming up in 2019. The hospice relies on Northamptonshire businesses' support, with fun events and ways to do so, it was a no brainer to collaborate."
Lisa Scott, Editor
“We adopted Cynthia Spencer Hospice as our charity of choice since the inception of The Pension House in 2013. We are proud to sponsor them every year; they touch a lot of people’s lives, almost everyone knows someone who has been helped by Cynthia Spencer Hospice locally. On a personal level we have had first hand experience of the fantastic palliative care they provide.”
Jane Stevens Dip PFS, Independent Financial Adviser, Owner
"We are excited to be working with Cynthia Spencer Hospice this year and have picked them to be our Northampton Charity of the Year for 2019. After witnessing the fantastic things they do, and seeing the Hospice and Warehouse, we knew straightaway that this was a Charity that we would love to help and support this year. We are looking forward to sorting through the many items they receive in the warehouse, help with some gardening at the Hospice grounds, and also complete our own fundraising events to raise money for Cynthia Spencer. As a team, we love volunteering and helping our local community, and cannot wait to get started!"
Sara-Jane Harris, Relationship Manager
"What Cynthia Spencer Hospice do in terms of care for our local community to nothing short of remarkable. We are honoured and very proud to support the charity in 2019".
Scott Norville, Account Director
A Charity of the Year Adoption is an effective way for businesses to focus their approach to charitable giving and actively involve employees, whilst helping a charity to achieve greater financial security and enhanced community support. The key elements of these partnerships are that the business chooses one main charity to support over a specific time period, usually ranging from one to two years. The partnership is designed to be of mutual benefit and often, although not always, involves the company’s staff in some way. With so many options for staff fundraising this can also be a great opportunity for team building or just simply to have some fun!
This support can range from the more exhilarating and adventurous activities such as running marathons, climbing mountains, trekking across deserts to participating in our own events; from our Cycle4Cynthia ride to our Colour Run event. Or maybe you’d like to organise your own events from holding cake sales or fundraising balls, your employees will be raising money for the charity whilst having a great deal of fun and, importantly, working better together as a team. What’s more, with Charity of the Year partnerships increasingly lasting more than one year; this means the company can have a deeper relationship with the charity. We would be delighted to extend the charity partnership for a length of time that matches your company's needs.
Working with us offers a range of benefits, including:
If you'd like to make Cynthia Spencer Hospice your Charity of the Year please complete the form below or contact our Corporate Partnerships Fundraiser, Chelsea on email@example.com or call 01604 973348