Corporate partnerships round-up: April Bristol’s business community is crucial to helping to raise vital funds and awareness for our city centre hospitals. Here’s what our corporate partners have been up to in the last month! PES PES has chosen us as its Charity of the Year and the team will be fundraising for Oncology Day Beds at Bristol Royal Hospital for Children. Staff organised a biscuit decorating competition at Easter and will be holding fundraising events throughout the coming months. Computershare Computershare has given a generous donation of £15,000 to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) in memory of long-serving colleague David. Claire and David from Computershare’s Bristol office visited the BRI to present the cheque to staff and to see how donations make a real difference to patient care in the ICU. Kingston Barnes The construction recruitment company Kingston Barnes continued its support for NICU at St Michael’s Hospital by raising £1,259 at a golf day at Bristol and Clifton Golf Club. Bristol Twenty Tea & Coffee Co. We were honoured to join Bristol Twenty at the official launch of memorial blend ‘21Ten’ which raises funds in memory of the company’s founder Roy Ireland. £1 from every kilo is donated to Bristol Royal Infirmary and an almost £1,000 was raised from kind donations on the night. Kendall Kingscott Kendall Kingscott will be fundraising for SHIPS (Supporting Head Injured Pupils in School) at Bristol Royal Hospital for Children. As part of this fundraising, employee Jon Coe is taking on a series of Tough Mudder challenges over summer and completed his first race this weekend - well done Jon! New corporate partnerships We're very excited to announce that Brunel Pension Partnership and Savills Bristol have chosen Above & Beyond as their Charity of the Year for 2018! Take a look at ways in which you can support at us work and please get in touch with Corporate Partnerships Manager Edd Smith on [email protected] or 0117 3700 486 to find out more.