Our partners

See our current corporate partners, who play a crucial role working to ensure that we can be there for people through the most difficult times of their lives and continue to provide our expert palliative, neurological and bereavement support.

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Together with our partners and through the dedicated support of their staff, we’re there when it matters.

We partner with different companies in a variety of 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 country.

Read our Five Year Strategy to find out more about where we are headed as a charity.

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Apache North Sea | Apache North Sea has been a generous supporter of Sue Ryder Neurological Care Centre Dee View Court for many years. They were integral to the centre's expansion and they continue to enable our nurses to provide life-enhancing care.

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BGL Group | We are so grateful to BGL Group, who raised over £300,000 for Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice and have been supporting us for around 10 years. After our two year partnership ended in 2020, we continue to work together on fundraising and volunteering opportunities.

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The Coniston Hotel, Country Estate and Spa | We are so thankful at Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice for the long term support of The Coniston Hotel. Active members of our Challenge Committee, they host the Coniston Challenge Day, which raises around £40,000 each year.

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Consilia Legal | Consilia Legal has supported Sue Ryder Wheatfields Hospice now for a few years. With a personal connection to the hospice, they have organised a race night and other fundraising events for our care.

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Invesco | Having supported our Palliative Care Hub in South Oxfordshire for a number of years, we are delighted that Invesco chose to sponsor a nurse in 2021.

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JP Morgan | In 2020, Sue Ryder were a beneficiary of J.P. Morgan's Force for Good programme. A team of technologists took on an 8 month pro bono project that will help us to provide more care for more people. We are delighted to be a part of Force for Good once again in 2021/22.

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Kohler Mira | Having been chosen as Kohler Mira's charity of the year in 2020, Sue Ryder Leckhampton Court Hospice was delighted to learn that we would become their national charity partner in 2021 - the 100th Anniversary of the company.

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Laithwaites Wine | Selected by staff vote in 2019, Laithwaites Wine are supporting Sue Ryder Duchess of Kent Hospice for two years.

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M&DH Insurance | Long-term supporters of Sue Ryder St John's Hospice, we are incredibly grateful to have the support of M&DH Insurance who regularly fundraise for us and are our 2021 Walk to Remember sponsor in Bedfordshire.

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Perkins Engines | Selected by a staff vote in 2020, Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice is delighted to be working with Perkins Engines alongside Mind for the next three years.

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Timothy Taylors & Co Ltd | Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice are so grateful to have the long term support of Timothy Taylor's. They are active members of our Challenge Committee and the driving force behind the Beef & Beer Dinner, which raises around £40,000 each year.

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Work for Good | Work for Good is the fundraising platform we use to encourage small businesses to fundraise through sales of products or services to Sue Ryder. They take care of all the legal and contractual obligations, meaning Sue Ryder and your business saves time and money.

Partner with us

Find out more about how we can work together by emailing corporate.partnerships@sueryder.org or contact our Corporate Partnerships Manager, Sarah Pye, on 07415 106 551.