Business partners

What can your business do to help us and what can we do to help you?

St Elizabeth Hospice is committed to building mutually beneficial relationships with local businesses. With a dedicated corporate fundraising team to manage the relationship and to ensure your specific objectives are met, there are many ways you can support the hospice and help us to improve the lives of those living with a progressive illness.

Five reasons to choose us

1. We help local people – people your employees and clients care about which…

2.Engages your employees – getting behind a local cause strengthens team morale, encourages team building and motivates your workforce which leads to more effective…

3. Engagement of your clients – St Elizabeth Hospice is a well-loved local charity. We help people in the community. The community that your clients are part of. This helps to…

4. Enhance your profile – working with a local cause like St Elizabeth Hospice will encourage a positive association. Not only that, we have excellent social media and mainstream media reach. Through all this….

5. We will support you – we want to make sure you have what you need to support us. Whether that be balloons and pots to logos and social media posts. Your partnership with us will be unique and tailored to your needs.

Contact us

We are happy to meet and discuss a bespoke fundraising plan for your business. Please contact our fundraising team on 01473 723600 or email

Adnams Cellar and Kitchen store customers raised £9,211 for the Hospice using 'Pennies', Adnams' digital charity box.

The Pennies scheme gives every card-paying customer the option to round up their purchases to the nearest pound and donate the extra change to charity.

Emma Hibbert at Adnams, commented: “We have seen great success with the Pennies scheme and are pleased that the customers across each of our stores have donated so generously.  As a Suffolk-based charity, the St Elizabeth Hospice is a cause close to our hearts and it is with great pleasure that we donate this much-needed money to such a brilliant cause.”

The Flyer
The Flyer is an independent magazine publisher with free monthly magazines including The Ipswich Flyer, The Woodbridge Flyer, The Kesgrave Flyer and The Felixstowe Flyer.

The Flyer has an established reputation and unrivalled distribution. Click on the logo to read the latest editions featuring the regular Hospice Update articles. The Flyer is keen to help promote the Hospice and their fundraising efforts.  If you are holding an event for the Hospice upload details free of charge to their website.

AXA is one of the biggest insurance companies in the world, and offers a wide range of insurance products for individuals and businesses.

AXA Insurance has raised over £6,000 for the Hospice in the past year by holding numerous events including various 'donation days'. The staff have also been involved in volunteering in supermarket collections and bag packing to raise funds for the Hospice.

Ipswich Building Society
Ipswich Building Society has 160 years' experience in providing mortgages and savings for people in the East of England.

Ipswich Building Society have raised over £7,500 for the Hospice in the past year and also provide us with our big cheques, which are used for presentations of donations from other supporters of the Hospice.

Willis Group Holdings plc is a leading global risk advisor, insurance and reinsurance broker. Willis offers its clients superior expertise and market-leading products and professional services in risk management and transfer.

Willis raised over £2,000 for the Hospice last year, with staff taking part in various fundraising initiatives and getting involved in Hospice events.

Scotts Miracle-Gro
Scotts Miracle-Gro donated £5,000 to sponsor our garden design competition for local primary schools.

The winning entries will be used to develop a final plan for an area of the garden which was affected by the building works for our newly-extended Day Unit.

Vicky Page, head of the Scotts Miracle-Gro Community Outreach Programme, said: “Scotts Miracle-Gro is keen on promoting the use of gardening and horticulture as a therapy. The healing power of nature can benefit a wide range of people with varying ailments. This project at St Elizabeth Hospice is an excellent way to get the local community involved in, and thinking about, horticultural therapy and will provide a valuable resource for many years to come.”

Bedfords – The family firm dedicated to giving the best professional advice.

Established over 50 years ago, Bedfords Estate Agents are synonymous with first-class service and quality advice throughout Suffolk and Norfolk; specialising in individual character properties ranging from substantial country houses, cottages and conversions, through to new homes and developments, as well as coastal and equestrian properties.

With a modern approach wrapped in traditional values, we have offices in Woodbridge, Aldeburgh, Bury St Edmunds and Burnham Market, supported by the Mayfair Office in London, Bedfords attract buyers from the widest possible audience with their high profile local, regional and national marketing.

Bedfords is sponsoring this years Hospice's Open Gardens, providing boards, advertising and promoting the Holbrook and Woodbridge events. As well as this, for every house sold through Bedfords Woodbridge branch they will make a donation to St Elizabeth Hospice.

Baileys Photography 
Located near Felixstowe, Baileys Photography have been capturing precious family portraits for over 25 years, aiming to provide a relaxed and enjoyable environment and produce contemporary pictures which are fun and unique to you.

Baileys photography support St Elizabeth Hospice in a number of ways, including: donating raffle and auction prizes, holding stands at hospice events, supporting hospice events as well as donating funds to the hospice through their own promotional activities and incentives.

Royal Hospital School
The Royal Hospital School is a British co-educational independent day and boarding school with naval traditions. The school admits pupils from age 11 to 18 through Common Entrance or the school's own exam.

They have chosen St Elizabeth Hospice as their charity of the year and have been raising money by having non-uniform days, students taking part in events & challenges and donating the proceeds of their school gala concert.

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