Our Corporate Supporters

We're proud of the companies supporting 

Saint Francis Hospice, thank you to you all.

We are charity of the year for:


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Neopost made us charity of the year following an internal day of voting. This year they have taken part in football tournaments, skydived, organised quizzes, jumble sales, office sweepstakes as part of their efforts to raise a pledged £25,000.

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The Mercury Mall have made us charity of the year for 2015 and 2016. Along with allowing us to use the mall to communicate with supporters, they're organising a range of fundraising activities on site and supporting us in the hosting of 'Freddie at the Mercury'.

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We are charity of the year at M&S in Brentwood and in Thurrock. Brentwood staff are allowing us to take collections in store and donate produce for our events. Over in Thurrock they've arranged for performances from singers while we collect and are organising in-house staff fundraising.

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We are charity of the year at Athona Recruitment. Earlier this year they organised a fantastic Las Vegas themed ball and have more events planned for the year. 


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Brightstar have made us their charity of the year for 2015 and they will be 
organising a number of staff fundraising initiatives. 

Not forgetting our brilliant charity partners...


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Matchroom Sport and Barry Hearn are loyal Saint Francis Hospice supporters. They run two golf days, are hosting our first ever clay pigeon shoot and Barry launched the hospice's Business Alliance Group, encouraging local business people to raise a combined £100,000 for Saint Francis Hospice.

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Aston Group have sponsored a patient-only parking bay at the hospice for five years. 
They also provide corporate donations and host an open garden. 

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Bennetts Funerals are ongoing supporters of Saint Francis Hospice. They've supported us in the past by allowing use of their prominent window display to promote hospice initiatives, and have number of exciting projects in the pipeline. 

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Towergate regularly organise in house fundraising at their offices in Romford.
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SEIB had twenty-five participants in Mud n Madness and made a corporate 
five figure donation to Saint Francis Hospice.

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BNY Mellon LOVE running. They had a number of staff supporting us in the London Marathon and 10ks and are instrumental in the Brentwood Half Fun Run.

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Balgores Leasing is proudly supporting Saint Francis Hospice by donating £5 

for every vehicle leased. 


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Procter & Gamble made a four figure donation to Saint Francis Hospice and 
have promised quality free merchandise for events. 

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Burgoynes have made a four figure corporate donation to Saint Francis Hospice.

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Spatial Design Architects organise an annual golf day to raise funds for 
Saint Francis Hospice.

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West & Coe sponsor our annual Light up a Life services. 



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'Making a Difference Locally' are the charity behind Nisa convenience stores. They are supporting Saint Francis Hospice, starting with a donation of £1,000 from the first store.

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Martindale Pharma organise fundraising activities in house, but are regular 
and hugely successful participants at the Big Quiz. 

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The De Rougemont Manor generously offer us exceptionally low prices on venues for events, rooms and meals. They have supported us for over four years. 

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The marketing team at Mary Green Manor are supporting us this year with six deluxe rooms for our Big Quiz celebrities, the BBC Eggheads, who are hosting the quiz.

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Doddle, the parcel company, have a Saint Francis Hospice Drop Spot and are planning to take part in an event or two.

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LV organise a range of in-house fundraising activities and are sponsors 
of the Brentwood Half Marathon. 

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The team at Sytner BMW in Harold Wood are once again taking on their 
gruelling bike ride in our honour. 


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We are supported by branches of Barclays, Halixfax and Santander across our catchment area. Their staff are both participants and volunteers at our events across the year. They also provide us space in their banking halls for us to hold fundraising or awareness raising days, including coffee and cake mornings and raffles. 

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Roomes are sponsoring a parking space at Saint Francis Hospice for five years.

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John Wyatt gifts the payments received when he makes alterations made to his jewellery. He also gave us a beautiful diamond pendant for our annual ball.

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The Big Yellow Self Storage at Harold Hill provide our shops with free 
storage and display our advertising in store. 

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AXA Insurance have made us Charity of the Year for 2017.


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NC construction is supporting us through donating the proceeds of their weekly dress down Fridays. They are also planning to take part in a number of different events for us over the coming year.

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Thank you to the staff at AXA ART for making our Charity of the Year partnership such an incredible success. A special thank you  to the teams wonderful charity committee (Gavin Eyers, Josie Mitchell, Craig Umbleja, Pippa Jones and Oscar Drewitt ) for all their hard work over the past year in organizing a number of great fundraising activities for their team such as raffles, pizza days, bake sales and Christmas Jumpers days . Over the past year the team has been able to raise an amazing £1,217 for Hospice Care.


Want to be on this list? Call our corporate team on 01708 771433,