Aurina Ltd - corporate partnership with Elizabeth's Legacy of Hope
One of ELoH’s coporate partners: Aurina Ltd. Here with ELoH’s Co-founder and Chair Vee Panton Bacon.

Elizabeth’s Legacy of Hope gives companies the opportunity to develop mutually-beneficial partnerships that enhance their corporate objectives while improving the lives of some of the most vulnerable child amputees in the world.

Activities may include joint organised fundraising events, product partnerships, sport challenges among employees, and donations towards our projects. Your company will be able to benefit from positive publicity, the chance to motivate staff and encourage team-building, and the opportunity to meet its CSR objectives.

Whatever you have in mind, we would love to hear from you to discuss the opportunities further. Our Trustees would also be very happy to meet with your team and introduce you to our work.

Please get in touch with Isabelle at isabelle[at]elizabethslegacyofhope.org if you are interested in a corporate partnership with ELoH.

 

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Corporate partnerships - Elizabeth's Legacy of Hope - LMR Example of corporate partnership: ELoH and PLMR – Political Lobbying and Media Relations

PLMR is one of Britain’s fastest growing communications agencies and a long-time supporter of Elizabeth’s Legacy of Hope.

PLMR has supported ELoH since the inception of the charity and the relationship has gone from strength to strength ever since. As well as providing free office space, PLMR employees have helped ELoH improve its communications and media relations, visited ELoH’s project in Sierra Leone, and co-organised successful fundraising events.

One of the highlights of the partnership has been the HOPE Cup – a truly epic football tournament hosted at West Ham’s former home, the Boleyn Ground. The event brought together PLMR clients, their employees and ELoH supporters for a Premier League experience with lots of football, fun and feeling. All in all it raised an amazing £23,000 – enough money to provide prosthetics, medical care and life changing support to more than 45 children.

 

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