Corporate support

Your workplace can help to stop cancer

Companies and workforces often want to put their skills and enthusiasm to good use outside the workplace. Doing your bit for charity is good fun, is great for staff morale, builds teamwork and reflects well on your company.

But why should your company support North West Cancer Research?

Most importantly, our world-class research projects are saving lives and helping to stop cancer – making real scientific breakthroughs which will benefit people today, and for generations to come.

Money donated to NWCR stays in the North West of England and North Wales, supporting the world-class research being carried out locally. So, no matter how large or small your company is, you can help to make a real difference right here on your doorstep.

We are an established, experienced charity which ensures any money we receive is spent as wisely and as effectively as possible in the battle to stop cancer sooner.

If you’d like to find out more about NWCR’s life-saving work – and how your corporate efforts can help – please call us on 0151 709 2919 or email info@nwcr.org

We will be happy to work with you and develop a partnership that fits your workforce and your strategic and corporate social responsibility aims. We’ll also jump at the chance to talk to your employees about the work we do, or discuss ways in which you might help. And we can organise laboratory visits to show your staff how their donations are put to good use.

Perhaps you might organise a sponsored event for NWCR. We can even help with team-building events, or suggest some fundraising ideas.

You may also consider making NWCR your nominated charity, allowing us to benefit from Payroll Giving or simply giving up some time to volunteer or give us practical help.

Please get in touch and we’ll work together to stop cancer sooner.

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