Corporate Support


Our corporate supporters help to ensure that BTRS can continue running their services; supporting those affected by a brain tumour and researching to find a cure.
Our dedicated team build and support bespoke partnerships at all levels, whilst ensuring you meet your corporate social responsibility objectives.

Whether your organisation is interested in a charity of the year partnership, offering gifts in kind or sponsoring an event; we would love to hear from you. To find out more, please contact our Events & Fundraising Manager - Sorrell Coulson

Telephone: 07432 035 758

Email: sorrell@btrs.org.uk
 
The benefits of partnering with BTRS  include: 
  • Developing your brand awareness through our web and social media following.
  • Empowering staff to come up with new and exciting fundraising ideas, which in turn will increase employee motivation.
  • Raising team spirit within the workplace through a shared goal.
  • Fantastic PR opportunities, emphasising that you are an organisation that cares about helping the local community.
  • Enhancing your reputation and improving customer loyalty.  
  • Opportunity to engage with new potential customers.
  • The feel good factor! Knowing that you are raising money for a truly worthwhile cause.
 
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Funds Raised So Far
 
2,620,613.64
 

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Office: 0113 340 0111
Email: caroline@btrs.org.uk
 

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31 Otley Road, 
Headingley,
Leeds,
LS6 3AA
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