Back in October 2009 Academy Music Group, the UK's leading owner and operator of nationwide live music venues, chose Teenage Cancer Trust to be its charity partner. Since then their pledged support has raised over £100,000 and shows no sign of stopping. Their dedication to the cause is unstoppable!
We're delighted to be Ministry of Sound’s first ever official charity partner. The legendary home of dance music launched our partnership in October 2013 with the first of many fundraising club nights which hope to raise £50,000.
We've teamed up with musicMagpie to give you a new way to donate: by selling your unwanted CDs, DVDs, games and electronics.
NME are long term supporters of Teenage Cancer Trust. They are current media partners for our annual concerts at the Royal Albert Hall and have also been supporting the charity through the NME Awards Tour since 2009.
PPL selected Teenage Cancer Trust as it’s charity of the year in 2013 and to date have raised over £15,000 for the charity through staff fundraising with donations still rising.
Liam Gallagher’s British fashion label Pretty Green has a long standing relationship with Teenage Cancer Trust and to date has raised over £60,000 for charity. It has been a cause that Liam has been involved with for a number of years, performing at Teenage Cancer Trust’s concerts at the Royal Albert Hall, so it’s great to have the brand he founded on board.
We have been working with SJM Concerts, one of the leading promoters in the UK, since 2008 and are delighted to benefit from their incredible support and expertise as our chosen promoter for Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall.
We’re excited to be working with Spotify and kick started our brand new Spotify account with a playlist from none other than former England and Manchester United legend, Rio Ferdinand.
The exclusive London members club are long standing supporters of Teenage Cancer Trust. As well as engaging its members with the cause they have also been the host and venue for many of our exclusive events including the closing parties for Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall since 2013.