Our partnerships

We have been lucky enough to have worked with the below companies throughout 2016 and their continued support into 2017 is greatly appreciated. All fundraising, events and relationships have been a great success and we would like to say thank you to each person who has been part of them.

      


Neopost

After an employee vote Cardiomyopathy UK was selected as the charity of the year for Neopost for 2017.
 
We are looking forward to working with Neopost and an events calendar for their staff is already underway. We were nominated by a member of staff who has a personal connection to the condition and are privileged to have been put forward.

Mayer Brown International LLP

In 2015 Cardiomyopathy UK was nominated by an employee who was affected by cardiomyopathy. From this nomination we were privileged to be chosen as the firm's charity of the year for 2016 and 2017. 
 
The partnership has seen many fundraising activities including a team skydiving day, office pancake parties and quizzes, football tournaments and much more. From all of their activities Cardiomyopathy UK has been able to further develop our services for children and young people affected by the condition.  

Basepoint Business Centres - Dartford

After being nominated by an employee at Basepoint's Dartford branch, we were lucky enough to be selected as charity of the year for 2016.

We are pleased to announce that Basepoint Dartford will be supporting Cardiomyopathy UK for another year, through 2017! All funds raised through this partnership will continue to enabled us to develop our advocacy services and help people feel better to cope with our new live chat system.


TD Securities

In 2016 TD securities awarded Cardiomyopathy UK a grant resulting from the company's annual auction. We were nominated as a beneficiary of the auction by an employee with a personal connection to Cardiomyopathy UK.  
 
Since being awarded the grant in 2016 the first phase of research and planning for our children and young people services, has been able to be completed. We are now able to continue to develop age appropriate services for all age groups.

Support from pharmaceutical & medical device companies

The charity receives some financial support from companies that are involved in the manufacture, sale or marketing of drugs and devices that are used in the treatment of cardiomyopathy and other related conditions. The charity has an agreed set of "key principles" for working with these companies. You can read more about these here