Join us as a Corporate Patron and enjoy the benefits of being part of a local charity, meeting like-minded businesses and generating charitable opportunities for your company.
‘Knowing the money we raise is making a difference to the lives of the children and families who come to the hospice, when they need it most, means so much to us.’ REDBOX
Our amazing care makes it possible for families to create happy memories which will last forever. We are a local charity who need to raise £3.6 million each year to care for terminally ill children, and we can’t do that without your help.
Benefits of becoming a Corporate Patron:
- Network with like-minded businesses through partner events.
- Take part in team-building opportunities and volunteering.
- Visit us and learn more about how your support funds your local children’s hospice.
- Generate positive publicity through your association with our local charity.
- Create charitable opportunities for your company.
- Meet your corporate social responsibility goals.
Patron levels and benefits
Become a Corporate Patron
To sign up, or find out more about becoming a Helen & Douglas House Corporate Patron please contact our corporate partnerships team at email@example.com.
Helen & Douglas House hospice improves the lives of local terminally ill children and their families living in Oxfordshire and the surrounding counties. We are the world’s first children’s hospice and we provide the one-to-one respite and end-of-life care at our hospice in Oxford, as well as at home and in hospital.
Our amazing care makes it possible for families to create happy memories which will last forever. We are a local charity which needs to raise £3.6 million each year to care for terminally ill children, and we can’t do that without your help.
Lily-Mae, from Witney, has been coming to Helen & Douglas House since 2017. Born in 2013, Lily-Mae was diagnosed with Rett Syndrome in 2015, which causes regular seizures and she is unable to walk or talk. At first, it took some time for Mum Leanne to come to Helen & Douglas House, but she is now glad she did as it gives her the chance to be Mum, rather than carer and to get support. Read Lily-Mae’s full story.
‘If she does have a seizure or something, Helen & Douglas House are there and they can give me advice on where to go or who to speak to when we go home. It’s not just that you come here and that’s it. They’re there for you all the time.’ Lily-Mae’s Mum, Leanne