Make us your charity of the year

Developing a close, long-term relationship with Trekstock as a Charity of the Year partner has so many benefits. As well as raising vital funds for our work and team building, you’ll be enhancing your reputation as a socially responsible company.

Whether you choose a charity by staff vote or a pitch process, we’d be happy to submit a written proposal and present to your charity committee.

And, if successful, we’ll work with you to create an engaging, tailored programme of fundraising activities including events, workplace activities, challenges, volunteering opportunities and support you every step of the way

Contact us to find out more about how your company can help support young adults facing cancer by choosing us as Charity of the Year.

Partnerships in action

Burton Menswear

During a two-year Charity of the Year partnership during 2012-14, Burton Menswear, its employees and raised an incredible £130,000. The partnership encompassed fundraising activities from employee and customer engagement to fundraising events and cause related marketing, including a collaboration with James Corden, Noel Fielding and Jack Whitehall, Burton on a summer range of comedy tees.

Made By Riley

We are super excited to announce a new collaboration as charity partner with Made By Riley / MADE BY YOU. This April sees the launch of a SS17 t-shirt collaboration with an on-product donation alongside some exciting fundraising activities.

The ‘Because Today I Can’ tee was inspired by Ruth, one of the strong and determined young adults that Trekstock supports. Founder Riley Uggla was inspired by Ruth’s “Because Today I Can” mantra which Ruth uses to get through tough challenges put before her.

“The t-shirt is incredible and it’s so wonderful to think that my words can help Trekstock keep doing the amazing work they do“ - Dr Ruth Silverton.

Every day, 34 young adults in the UK are diagnosed with cancer. This May, Riley and her team aim to take that number and turn it into something positive. 34 bikes, cycling 3400 miles aim to raise £34,000 so that Trekstock can continue the vital work to ensure that no young adult has to go through cancer alone.