Corporate Partnerships

Become a corporate partner

 Every week 20 children in the UK are diagnosed with a life threatening liver disease. There is still no cure and little understanding about the causes and treatments.  All children affected will require a lifetime of care with many requiring transplant.

By choosing to partner with us, your company will not only receive a wide range of benefits, you will be playing a vital role in the fight against childhood liver disease.


Ways to get involved

Charity of the Year

Choosing Children’s Liver Disease Foundation as your charity partner can have real benefits for your team inspiring greater team work, motivation and loyalty and demonstrating your commitment to your local community.


Whatever your target audience, we have a range of sponsorship opportunities to help you reach them. You could fund our information resources, have a presence at our national conference and family weekend or reach new audiences by sponsoring one of our high profile and engaging fundraising events such as our Chefs’ Gala Dinner.

Employee fundraising

From bake sales to dress down days, quiz nights to raffles, fundraising is a great way to engage your employees and support our work. Why not get your colleagues to join in the fun on Big Yellow Friday by wearing yellow or holding a baking competition?

Payroll Giving

This flexible and tax efficient scheme is an easy and very popular way to engage employees with an important cause.


How we can support you

  • Fundraising ideas and resources so you can smash your fundraising target
  • Information and case studies from CLDF for use in newsletters and websites
  • A diary of events and challenges throughout the year for staff to get involved with
  • Support with press and PR to highlight the partnership

Many people are unaware that children can have liver disease or that there is a charity working hard to make a difference. Becoming a charity partner would provide an opportunity to increase awareness and reach more people affected.

To find out more, contact CLDF’s fundraising team on or give us a call on 0121 212 6022.