Companies can play a vital role in helping DKMS achieve its mission by holding company donor recruitment events and making donations to fund our life-saving work.
Find out more about running either a live or virtual donor drive for your company and colleagues.
Engaged employees are happier and more productive. Fundraising at work is a great way to build team spirit and get people involved but it also gives your employees the chance to make a real difference.
Employees can create a team or go it alone by undertaking one of our cycling, swimming, running, or walking challenges. We have a broad range of events, including virtual, that will appeal to employees of all abilities.
Together we can align our purposes and shared values to create a long-lasting mutually beneficial partnership.
Many individuals who register as potential donors are unable to contribute to the £40 registration cost.
Financial support from a company is invaluable in helping to fund the registration costs of potential lifesavers. Many companies will fully fund the £40 cost for each employee registration. If this isn’t possible, we ask for a minimum £5 donation per registration.
Our corporate partners can match employee donations and money raised through fundraising activities meaning DKMS will receive double the support. Match funding can demonstrate a company’s commitment to causes their employees care about.
Payroll giving is a scheme run through HMRC which allows employees to make simple, tax-effective donations to any UK charity or good cause.
If you pay your employees through PAYE you can set up a Payroll Giving scheme. Employee donations to DKMS would be deducted from gross pay, giving immediate tax relief on donations and costing less for your employees to donate.
Select a product and a nominated period of time and donate a percentage of the proceeds to DKMS.
Demonstrate to your clients that you are joining the global fight against blood cancer. Make a donation to DKMS instead of sending them gifts or cards.
Download our corporate brochure, which gives details of all the ways you, as an organisation, can get involved in the fight against blood cancer.