Corporate Partnerships

If you are looking to partner your company with a highly regarded and inspiring national charity, then look no further.

The Royal Hospital Chelsea is committed to developing flexible, mutually beneficial partnerships that will help you meet your Corporate Social Responsibility objectives. Our highly experienced team will ensure a corporate Partnership with us is engaging, motivating and fun for all involved. There are so many ways you can support the Royal Hospital Chelsea and the Chelsea Pensioners.

‘The Chelsea Pensioners supported us in our time of need. Now you can help them in theirs’.

You can:

  • Choose us as a Charity partner or as your Charity of the year
  • Fundraise for us with your colleagues
  • Organise fundraising events in our unique venue space
  • Organise your own corporate challenges and events
  • Enhance your brand through Cause Related Marketing
  • Use the Chelsea Pensioner brand to differentiate your products
  • Sponsor one of our programmes
  • Hire our venue spaces for your Corporate events

To find out more about becoming a Corporate Partner or Supporter of the Royal Hospital Chelsea, or if you have other fundraising initiatives you would like to discuss please contact Allan McLaren, Head of Corporate & Business Development: T: 020 7881 5243 E: allan.mclaren@chelsea-pensioners.org.uk

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Get to know the Battersea dogs

Pensioners and staff alike are always delighted when volunteers and dogs from Battersea Dogs and Cats Home make their monthly visit to the Royal Hospital. While the Battersea dogs and volunteers will not be visiting during the current restrictions in response to the Coronavirus,  read on to meet the dogs and follow them when they last visited the Infirmary.

General Sir Adrian Bradshaw
Founder’s Day Cancelled

​​With the country likely to be under prolonged isolation, the Governor of the Royal Hospital has reluctantly taken the decision to cancel the Founder’s Day celebrations this year.

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