Sponsor an event
Every year we have a calendar of high-profile events including our Annual Ball, a selection of running and challenge events, our 'Cancer-Free Future' events and more!
Each of these events is only made possible thanks to the support and sponsorship of local and national companies.
You can sponsor all or part of an event, and there are plenty of PR and marketing opportunities available in return for your support. We have sponsorship packages available to suit all budgets ranging from £500 to £25,000 and can create bespoke packages to suit your business, your budgets and interests.
What our current sponsors say
“We started our relationship with Tenovus Cancer Care in 2014 as main sponsor for their ball and were delighted to repeat this in 2015 and 2016. We have been pleased to support such a worthwhile cause based locally. Tenovus Cancer Care has been excellent to deal with and were very professional and generous with their acknowledgement of our support and we have very much enjoyed working with them. It has been great for our Corporate Social Responsibility as an employer and healthcare operator. The support the charity provides for cancer patients is inspiring and we are very proud to have played a part in supporting them.”
Nuffield Health, Cardiff & Vale Hospitals Director, Simon Rogers.
As Simon said, sponsoring an event can help you achieve your social corporate responsibility goals as a company and is an excellent way to do so whilst supporting people, living and working in your employees' communities. It can also bring fantastic engagement opportunities including networking and team building challenges.
It’s been found that over 90% of consumers would switch brands to one that is associated with a good cause, so sponsoring an event and linking your company to Tenovus Cancer Care could bring more benefits than you think.*
Get in touch
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 029 2076 8863 for more details on our event sponsorship packages, and to find out how, with your support we can help more people affected by cancer.
If you would like to take part in one of our events then check them out on our Get Involved pages.
*2011 and 2013 Cone Communications Corporate Social Responsibility Studies