Sue Ryder wants to deliver services that meet the needs of more people, enable them to access personalised, life-enhancing care, and work with partner organisations to expand the reach of our care.
We have ambitious plans and by 2023 want to double the number of people we care for and support. But we can’t do this alone.
Our corporate partners and their staff play a key role in working to ensure that we can be there for people during the most difficult times of their lives.
We partner with companies in a range of different ways, whether that be investing in local communities through our hospices, expanding our use of technology in our neurological care centres, or helping us be there for more bereaved people across the UK.
Together, we’re there when it matters.
Morrisons and Sue Ryder
Our three-year partnership with Morrisons raised a staggering £7.2m, enabling us to expand our team of expert nurses and support workers by over 100, providing over 250,000 extra hours of care a year.
Why partner with us?
- We can deliver real business benefits to your organisation – our experienced team will help you achieve your business objectives by creating a bespoke partnership that tackles a genuine societal issue
- We can drive sales and increase customer loyalty – our commercial partnerships and cause-related marketing campaigns will catch the eye of consumers and enhance your profile while raising funds so that we can deliver care to thousands of people
- We can increase employee engagement – through tailor made communications to staff, inspiring volunteering and fundraising opportunities, we make a great local or national charity of the year
- We are a national charity providing local impact – you can choose to partner with Sue Ryder as a national charity and we will pair your regional offices up with a local hospice or neurological care centre
- We know that your local community matters – many of our charity of the year partners, work directly with the fundraising team at their local hospice or neurological care centre – our partnerships are completely flexible, so you can choose what works best for your customers and employees
There are so many ways to partner with us. From choosing your local Sue Ryder centre as your charity of the year, creating a strategic partnership with us, a partnership with our Retail division, event sponsorship or giving through company donations and payroll giving – we can work together to create something that fits perfectly with your organisation.
If you’re a small business owner or sole trader, take a look at how you can support us through Work for Good.
Employer bereavement support
We know that now more than ever, getting bereavement support right in the workplace is crucial for your business. Research we carried out in 2020 found that grief experienced by employees who have lost a loved one costs the UK economy £23bn a year through reduced productivity.
If you are an employer or line manager supporting an employee through a bereavement, we have lots of information and advice to help you to provide an open and supportive working environment for them during such an emotional and difficult time.
You can also access our Online Bereavement Support, where you'll find further resources, our Online Bereavement Counselling service and our Online Community where people can share their experiences of grief.
Our Online Bereavement Support currently receives no statutory funding - for an open discussion about how you might be able to support this service, please contact us on the below email address.
You can also email us to request a copy of our ‘Cost of Bereavement’ Report and a copy of our bereavement policy if you wish to review your own.
Statutory bereavement leave for all
You can read more about our ongoing campaign for statutory bereavement leave and add your voice in support.
Find out more about partnering with us
Find out more about becoming a corporate partner by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling Sarah Pye, Corporate Partnerships Manager, on 07415 106551