Corporate giving

Corporate giving

Our corporate supporters are invaluable to us. Thanks to their dedication over the years, we’ve been able to improve the lives of hundreds of children with brain tumours, and their families too.

UHY Hacker Young did a sponsored hike for Tom's Trust. Picture of the team up a mountain.
Young Champion Mimi and her family with Turners lorry which features Mimi
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Cambridge Flat Roofing team at Tom's Trust's Race Day
Grant Thornton Team doing 'T for Toms' at the Cambridge Half Marathon
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Why become a corporate supporter?

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Being a corporate supporter for Tom’s Trust gives many benefits to both our charity and the families we support, as well as the companies which support us. No matter how big or small your organisation is, you can make a huge difference to the lives of children with brain tumours, as well as their loved ones. There are many benefits to being a Tom’s Trust corporate supporter:

– It boosts staff morale.

– Doing something good for the community and having a common goal helps bring people together and encourages team building, while unlocking and discovering new skills and interests.

– It creates a good work culture and corporate identity.

– It’s great for brand recognition and business image, helping to boost PR for your company.

– You’ll receive great support and fundraising ideas from Tom’s Trust which you can give to your team, including tailored support based on your organisation’s size, aims and needs.

– Your employees will be able to enjoy some fun charity days while raising money for a worthy cause.

– Donating goods or financial support to a charity is tax deductible.

– Your company will gain exposure to different sectors which helps to diversify knowledge.

– You’ll get a number of networking, marketing and PR opportunities.

– You could gain increased visibility and revenue.

– It will encourage staff to achieve personal goals and be healthier (e.g sporting challenges).

– You’ll have the knowledge that your organisation helped hundreds of childrens with brain tumours across the UK.

– You will build long lasting partnerships and friendships with the team at Tom’s Trust.

How you can make a difference

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Tom’s Trust continuously develops and evolves its fundraising activities for the individual corporate team. Our fundraising is as innovative and pioneering as our work. We want to inspire your staff while working in partnership with you and build a diverse, engaging calendar of fundraising and awareness events, including volunteer opportunities.
As a corporate supporter you could:

Choose us as your charity of the year

Take part in a sponsored fundraising event

Organise a ‘lunch and learn’

Enter a team into a ‘challenge event’

Do a cause-related marketing campaign (with the help of our communications team)

Provide us with a gift in kind with your organisation’s services or individual skills

Offer pro bono support

Match funds raised by your employees

Offer payroll giving

Organise enjoyable fundraising activities at your workplace, like a cake sale or Christmas Jumper Day

Arrange a volunteering day or half-day for your staff with Tom’s Trust

Follow us on LinkedIn and support our social media posts

At Tom’s Trust, we pride ourselves on building long-lasting relationships with mutual benefits. We promise to help raise the profile of our corporate partners and highlight their community commitment to charities.

Some of our corporate partners

We want to say a huge thank you to all our corporate supporters. You can read a bit more about some of them below, and if you’re curious about signing your organisation up to become a Tom’s Trust corporate partner, read their testimonials about working with us and their reasons for doing so.


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Turners Soham Ltd

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Turners has been a long-standing supporter of Tom’s Trust. Based in Cambridgeshire, the company has donated two 13.6 metre trailers to advertising for Tom’s Trust as well as completing a 13,000ft skydive as a team.

“As a company we have supported Tom’s Trust for a while. I was reading a bulletin about when Tom’s Trust’s Young Ambassador Mimi visited our Soham depot. I then read Tom’s story on the website and it really was so emotional – what an incredible young boy whose life was taken way too soon. This inspired me to organise something so that Bicker depot could do our bit too.” – Ashely English, Warehouse Supervisor.


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Pozitive Energy

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Pozitive Energy (PE), a tech-driven business with a unique approach to supplying utilities, payments, EV charging, telecoms and carbon offsetting to thousands of UK companies, is proud to have Tom’s Trust as their chosen charity partner.

Steve Daniels, CSO at Pozitive Planet, said: “We are delighted to partner with Tom’s Trust and to help raise awareness and funds for this incredible cause, knowing that our support will fund vital psychological care to children with brain tumours and their families.”

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UHY (Hacker Young)

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UHY are Chartered Accountants who have offices throughout the UK.

They are long-term supporters of Tom’s Trust who have been involved in events, such as our Race Day, along with our Cambridge Half Marathon teams. In August 2022, they completed an immense challenge for our children and families, a Three Peaks Walk.

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Cambridge Flat Roofing

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Cambridge Flat Roofing is an industrial cladding and metal roof expert, specialising in flat roof construction, asbestos replacement, roof repair, cladding and complete industrial builds. The company, which is based in Cambridge, has been an incredible supporter of Tom’s Trust and even became a Big Give pledger, doubling all donations donated during the campaign. “We started to get involved with Tom’s Trust when we were asked to attend the charity’s Race Day at Newmarket this year. Tom’s Trust is doing such important work, supporting the children and their entire family who are affected by a brain tumour diagnosis. Not only that but I enjoy working with the great team who work in the background to make sure this charity succeeds and continues to support these families day in day out.  I recently found out that my neighbour’s daughter has been diagnosed with a brain tumour and I feel anything we as a business can do to support this great charity and help improve the lives of those affected only helps for a better future.” – Wayne Farrington, Founder of Cambridge Flat Roofing.

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F45 Training

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Tom’s Trunks

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Tom’s Trunks is a clothing brand which has a mission to create the most comfortable loungewear while looking after the environment and those that inhabit it. “We have been supporting Tom’s Trust since 2015, Tom’s Trust is a charity that is incredibly close to my heart and is a big part of the Tom’s Trunks brand. I was the same age as Tom when he tragically died from a brain tumour, I will never know what his family was going through however I know the money we donate enables their families to get the right resources and support when they need it most. As a team we love watching the charity grow and continue to help more children and families living with brain tumours.” – Tom Holmes, Founder of Tom’s Trunks

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Hill Group

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Front Foot Creative

Some of our previous corporate supporters

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Irwin Mitchell

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Grant Thornton

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Interested in supporting Tom’s Trust?

Get in touch with our team and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. Your business, big or small, could have a profound impact on the work we do.

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