Candlelighters are currently on the hunt for Corporate companies who would like to support Candlelighters in 2018.
Brian Curran, Corporate Fundraiser at Candlelighters, said, “Our corporate supporters get involved in a number of ways including sponsorship, participation in events, raising awareness and volunteering. Every partnership is different and we will always try and meet our corporate partner’s needs. We know that charity partnerships helps staff morale, contributes to Corporate Social Responsibility requirements and raise awareness of our work.”
Stephen O’Brian, CEO of The Pure Technology Group said, “It is such a privilege to support Candlelighters. We have been supporting them since 2014 and have participated in many events including the Yorkshire 3 Peaks, Snowden by Night and the Leeds Half Marathon. We also sponsor a member of staff and organise our own including our annual TPTG bake off. We feel it is important that our are engaged with activities and feel a sense of achievement when taking part in events and to this end many have volunteered for events held by Candlelighters. All of us are very proud of our association with Candlelighters and look forward to the regular updates we receive”
Enact conveyancing, based in Leeds City Centre, are delighted to have raised almost £25,000 for Candlelighters during 2017.
Ben Carroll, Enacts managing director comments, “working with Candlelighters has been truly inspirational for Enact . Not only have we been able to support this fantastic charity, and have insight into the amazing work they do for families facing childhood cancer across Yorkshire, but we have also been able to bring people together in our own business to achieve wonderful results, for an incredibly worthy cause. We have developed a special bond with Candlelighters and their boundless encouragement and support has been key in us raising so much money for a charity that we will always hold close to our hearts.
If your company is interested in supporting Candlelighters in 2018 please contact Brian Curran on 0113 322 9283 or email [email protected].