The Charity of the Year partnership between Teenage Cancer Trust and Home Retail Group was hugely successful for both parties. At the end of the partnership, in February 2013, an incredible total of £4.3million had been raised by Argos and Homebase staff and customers.
Teenage Cancer Trust was delighted to be one of the chosen charities to benefit from activities hosted by the JD Foundation in 2016.
Johnson & Johnson supported Teenage Cancer Trust via Johnson & Johnson's Donate a Photo app! Donate a Photo, from Johnson & Johnson was created to help connect you to the causes you care about by taking an action you do every day and turning it into a way to do good. For every photo that was uploaded to the site, Johnson & Johnson donated $1 to Teenage Cancer Trust (capped at $15,000).
KCOM Group PLC is a leading provider of communications services to organisations and consumers. Early in 2015, KCOM Group employees voted for Teenage Cancer Trust as the company’s charity partner until 2018.
Teenage Cancer Trust benefited from a limited edition re-design of Kiehl's cult classic Crème de Corps, designed by Florence Welch. 100% of profits were donated to the charity.
Teenage Cancer Trust partnered with the Lloyds TSB Digital Banking Division, fundraising through a virtual horse race event, raffles and staff fundraising.
Teenage Cancer Trust was selected as one of the Mace Foundation's strategic partners due to the direct impact they are able to make helping young people, through funding staff on our units.
Nomura, the global investment bank, raised an incredible £1 million for Teenage Cancer Trust during the charity of the year partnership from 2009-2011.