Barr Soft Drinks has very generously been the headline sponsor of the hospice’s Sportsman’s Dinner since the event started in 1996. The brand has been at the heart of the continued success of this event, which has raised more than £1.3million for the hospice over the years.
As well as its connection with the event, the company has been a committed fundraiser for the hospice and raised more than £74,000 through a number of event activities and challenges.
We look forward to continuing to build our relationship with Barr Soft Drinks.
If you would like to discuss sponsorship opportunities for Sportsman’s Dinner, contact Jackie Malloy on 0141 429 9854 or email Jackie.firstname.lastname@example.org
Glasgow’s Hospice has benefited from a strong relationship with Slater Menswear over the years and the company continues to support us. Their backing includes events such as Sportsman’s Dinner and Ladies' Lunch, providing commercial sponsorship as well as thousands of pounds worth of raffle prizes for many of the hospice’s other events.
Matthew Algie’s partnership with the hospice has been a lengthy one, not only has the Glasgow-based company provided significant financial donations, it is also the provider of coffee in the hospice to all our patients, families and staff. The company sponsored the 20th anniversary Sportsman’s Dinner in 2016 and continues to contribute with fundraising challenge events such as a cycle ride from Glasgow to Edinburgh.
Taggarts Motor Group is one of the best known names in the Scottish motor trade and has been a long-term supporter and donor to the hospice. Thanks to the company, the hospice has the use of a branded Nissan Qashqai, which allows staff to get out on the road, visiting patients and families and travelling to and from events.
It has also sponsored two of the hospice’s key events, Sporting Lunch, a Friday lunchtime event, featuring big names such as Harry Redknapp and raising more than £65,000, and the Brick by Brick Banger Rally, playing a key role in the support of the event and sponsoring it.
Malcolm Group’s relationship with the hospice goes back many years. The company was the headline sponsor in 2016 of the hospice’s most spectacular showbiz event of the year, (A Little Less) Strictly Come Dancing, hosted by Carol Smillie and Bryan Burnett. The group’s financial support helped the hospice raise more than £90,000 – the highest amount this event has raised since it began seven years ago. As well as providing financial support, staff member Lynsey Kerr took part, dancing the Argentinian Tango with professional Kevin Nicholl.
The hospice was delighted to start a partnership with one of the UK’s leading wealth management companies, Brewin Dolphin, in 2016. Through our existing relationship with Belmond UK, the hospice had the opportunity of a private charter of one of the UK’s most luxurious trains, The Northern Belle, sponsored by Brewin Dolphin. We look forward to strengthening our relationship with Brewin Dolphin in the coming years.
The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice is grateful for all the support it receives throughout the year – everyone provides a valuable contribution to the hospice which allows us to provide a gold standard of care to all our patients and families 365 days a year.
We look forward to continuing to work with our partners over the coming years as we commence the build of our new hospice in Bellahouston Park:
If you would like to discuss sponsorship opportunities for any of our events please contact the hospice fundraising team on 0141 429 9855 or email our director of fundraising at email@example.com