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Corporate Fundraisers

We are continually fundraising for various on-going and new projects to enhance the care and treatment of patients. Corporate fundraising can help provide additional facilities, state of the art equipment and support NHS staff development, enabling the Trust to provide the excellent care we would expect for our own families.

We understand each business is unique and has different reasons and ways of supporting the charity. Corporates can fundraise for one of our many on-going projects, this can be achieved through a one-off fundraiser, employee fundraising or on-going commitment through commercial sales incentives.

Read on for some corporate fundraising inspiration ideas from our recent corporate supporters…

Revel Hair Salon

“One of our team members was supported by University Hospitals Dorset when she needed them most, therefore we felt it was right to adopt the charity as it is close to everyone in the salons hearts. We held an in salon open evening event and managed to raise £757.46.  We are very proud to support University Hospitals Dorset NHS Charity and it will continue to be our adopted charity to fundraise for.”

Spetisbury Construction

“We have a great team within our company who love being able to contribute to an important service like Gully’s Place. Raising money makes the events that we participate in so much more meaningful. Our team has taken on personal challenges such as Ride London and, more recently, Bournemouth Half Marathon. The running was a great challenge for each of us and our final fundraising result far exceeded our expectations

We all have our own families and can see that the support the charity is able to offer is so beneficial. It has been our pleasure to fundraise for them and we look forward to doing all we can in the future.” – Justin Ives Managing Director of Spetisbury Construction.

Flowbird Smart City

The team at Flowbird Smart City raised £400 for Poole Hospital’s Dorset Cancer Centre by holding ‘The Great Flowbird Bake Off’ in 2021.