Corporate Supporters

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We are always glad to hear from companies, big or small.

We value our corporate supporters a great deal and regard them as partners. Our corporate fundraising manager will gladly discuss your priorities as a business and work with you to find a package that is both suitable and rewarding for your organisation.

Why support your local hospitals?

Who know’s where the next laryngectomy

operation will take place?

  1. Help to buy some fantastic state-of-the-art medical equipment…
  2. Help make the diagnostic process as painless as possible…
  3. Ensure a much quicker diagnosis by our consultants…
  4. You can save our hospitals valuable time & money…
  5. You can, by the above, save considerable patient stress..
  6. Have fun doing silly things for a great cause!

The “Electro-Larynx” approx £450 each!

How will your business benefit?Access a large customer base of over 1,000 hospitals & staff…
your company image – be seen to be a socially responsibile company…
employee ‘team spirit’-imagine the good your company could do if every employee was to donate a mere £2 per month from their wage-packet!
the satisfaction of knowing that your donation will improve the lifestyle & comfort of all laryngectomees-existing and those to come.

Contact us

If you have any questions about any of our events and fundraising campaigns, or if you would like to get involved in fundraising for Leicester Hospitals Charity, then please contact us.

Fill out the form below right and click the submit button to send us an email.

Phone: 0116 2997760/07757 382970
Write to:

“20-20 Voice Cancer (Fundraising)
37, Windley Road,


The information you send to us using the form is secure. Why not send us YOUR ideas for a ‘one day a year‘ company fundraising day? We have plenty of ideas to get you started but we always welcome YOUR ideas for  YOU know what works best for YOU!

If you would like further information then please contact Phil Johnson – Chairman & Head of Fundraising: