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Corporate partnerships with Age UK bring benefits to your business and employees. Here are some of the many ways you can get involved:
Read about the wide range of benefits that make Age UK an ideal Charity of the Year partner for your business.
By working with Age UK on a cause-related marketing (CRM) initiative, you can achieve your marketing and PR objectives.
By fundraising or volunteering with us, your staff will develop their skills and provide benefits to both older people and your business.
Corporate sponsorship offers tangible and measurable benefits. Read about exciting, upcoming opportunities to sponsor Age UK events.
In the UK there are over 21 million people aged 50 years or older - that’s over a third of the total UK population.
Households headed by someone aged 65 or over contribute approximately £90.6 billion of the UK’s spending power every year. By aligning with our trusted brand, your business can gain a unique insight on the growing over 50s market, drive sales, improve reputation and provide a unifying outlet for your employees.
A corporate partnership with Age UK could be beneficial for your business by helping you meet your strategic CSR objectives. In turn, by working with us, you can raise vital funds for Age UK and help us transform the lives of older people.
Email our Corporate Partnerships team at email@example.com or call 020 3033 1356 for more information.
Find out about the great work we are doing with our current corporate partners - E.ON, innocent, Prudential, and Zurich.
Age UK’s business network was set up to help companies meet the needs of older consumers and adapt their business models for an ageing society.
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