Ralph Lauren Corporation has a long-standing relationship with The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity. In 2016, Ralph Lauren helped us launch our state-of-the-art Ralph Lauren Centre for Breast Cancer Research, opened by HRH The Prince of Wales and Mr. Lauren.
In October 2019, Ralph Lauren Corporation pledged £1million to The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity to establish the Ralph Lauren Research Wing within the Oak Cancer Centre, a state-of-the-art research facility due to open in Sutton in 2023.
In 2020, thanks to a United Way Worldwide grant to The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity on behalf of the generosity of The Ralph Lauren Corporate Foundation, The Royal Marsden installed a rapid COVID-19 testing machine onsite.
This year, to mark World Cancer Day (4 February 2023), the brand’s new Welington bag launched online and in stores. 25% of the purchase price will be donated to the Charity from sales in the UK, Switzerland, Belgium and Sweden. Find out more about this new product.
For more than 20 years, Ralph Lauren has been committed to raising awareness in the fight against cancer, supporting programs for screening, early diagnosis, treatment, education, and patient navigation. Since 2000, through the Pink Pony Campaign (including product sales & fundraising initiatives), Ralph Lauren has supported an international network of cancer charities, with the mission to help reduce disparities in cancer care and ensure that access to quality treatment is available to everyone at an earlier, more curable stage.
Banham has proudly supported The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity since 2015. In January 2022, we were excited to announce that Banham has extended our partnership to 2025 and will be the title sponsor for both the in-person and virtual Banham Marsden March events. This generous new commitment will take us to 10 years of working together - a fantastic milestone in our partnership.
Thousands of people join us for The Banham Marsden March every year to walk between our two Royal Marsden sites in Chelsea and Sutton, with patients, families, supporters of the hospital and Royal Marsden staff all taking part and fundraising. Banham’s support has been vital in helping us make the event such a great success.
In addition to welcoming back the much-loved in person event this May, the return of the virtual event will allow walkers from across the UK (or even abroad) to take part in their own area. With more walkers able to take part, The Banham Marsden March will make a difference for more patients at The Royal Marsden and around the world.
Banham staff, along with their friends and family, have proudly walked with us every year as ‘Team Banham’. Since 2015, over 480 members of Team Banham have taken part in the event and raised an amazing team total of over £150,000!
More details about The Banham Marsden March at Home and Banham’s support can be found here.
Father & Son Day
Father and Son Day was set up in 2014 by Daniel Marks and Jack Dyson, both survivors of testicular cancer, to inspire men to get talking to each other in order to help raise awareness around male cancer whilst raising money for The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity.
To date, Father and Son Day has raised over £280,000, with funds largely supporting a unique robotic surgery fellowship programme at The Royal Marsden, the first of its kind in the UK, to help train the next generation of specialist surgeons in robotic surgery.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, proceeds from the 2020 campaign supported the staff psychological support team, helping to enhance this vital service at a time when staff needed it most. This meant our clinicians were able to deal with the impact of the pandemic whilst continuing to provide the best possible care for cancer patients.
Funds raised from 2021’s Father and Son Day are helping to support the physical and mental wellbeing of patients with cancer, and their families, by funding additional roles in the psychological support service, dietetics and physiotherapy teams.
In addition to raising funds to support The Royal Marsden, the campaign aims to make a real difference by encouraging conversation and inspiring action to increasing awareness around men’s health and male cancers.
Philip Kingsley Products Ltd
Philip Kingsley Products Ltd has supported the Charity since 2017. Their flagship initiative is an annual June campaign, helping to fund groundbreaking breast cancer research at The...
Spacemasks, an award-winning beauty brand, is selling a special edition of its self-heating eye masks in aid of The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity. For every purchase of a rose scente...
Inspired by the Oak Cancer Centre appeal’s, ‘building hope, brick by brick’ messaging, M&S created a beautiful sun-flowering brick which was sold online as part of a bundle toge...
Anya Hindmarch is kindly supporting The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity through the relaunched Be a Bag collection. The much loved Be a Bag collection allows customers to personalise b...
OOFOS, the recovery footwear brand, are donating 2% of all net online sales in support of The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity, so far raising over £35,000.
The Morrisons Foundation, set up by Morrisons supermarket in 2015, has supported The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity through two generous recent donations. Their support will help fund...
Mayfield Lavender have supported us since 2014 through asking visitors to donate when they visit the farm.
Simplyhealth, the UK’s leading health plan provider is kindly supporting an innovative new project at The Royal Marsden, THRIVE. THRIVE is an exercise intervention for prostate canc...
Design Plan Sutton
Design Plan are thrilled to support The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity. As their charity of choice, Design Plan employees are regularly fundraising throughout the year and are activel...
We are delighted to have received a £100,000 donation of support from Barclays via its 100x100 Programme as part of its wider £100m COVID-19 Community Aid Package. The funding will ...
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