– make Tiny Lives your charity of the year and we’ll work with you to maximise publicity for your company via website, local press and media, and our Facebook page with over 6,400 loyal supporters and not forgetting our twitter page
– help your cashflow, and help us to help babies and parents……use our prompt payment scheme to tell your customers you will make a donation (or donate a percentage of their bill!) each time they pay you before the invoice date. They help Tiny Lives at no cost, and your company has a healthy bottom line!
– sponsor Tiny Lives – your name will reach a lot of our families who are your customers……sponsor an event we are running, new pop-up banners, collection tubs, or development care aids that we provide to the Special Care Baby Unit
– small donations all add up – charity boxes in your office, kitchen, or canteen with trolley token key rings, wrist bands and pens for staff to make a small donation
– set up payroll giving so your employees can regularly support Tiny Lives
– raise money by recycling your printer cartridges in aid of Tiny Lives
Contact Tiny Lives on 0191 230 2112 or firstname.lastname@example.org about how we can help your business help our charity.
Our Corporate Supporters
Kans and Kandy have supported Tiny Lives since 2001. As a North East business we are extremely proud to be associated with them and the wonderful life saving work they do.
The Tiny Lives team are a true inspiration. Keep up the good work!
Newcastle United stars Sammy Ameobi and Ayoze Perez attended the Tiny Lives Christmas Reunion Party in December 2014 were they presented prizes and met the youngsters and their families.
Sammy said: “It is so important to support Tiny Lives. Some of these kids have gone through so much and have had a tough life.
“So for me to come here and give a little bit of my time to cheer them up was an opportunity I could not pass up. I feel very happy to support the event.”
Team Valley Fastenings Solutions in Blaydon have support Tiny Lives for over 10years now, this charity is close to our branch managers heart as his daughter spent time on the Special Care Baby Unit 18 years ago. It’s great to support a local charity and when you have a personal connection you will do anything to help.
Sintons Law – Charity of the Year 2015 “Chosen because of their continuing support of premature and sick new born babies and their families in the North East”
“I, for one, have long admired the work that everyone involved with the charity do and still amazes me to this day that they continue to drive forward with the same amount of enthusiasm as they did when the charity first established itself back in 1983 and later registered in in 2013. I couldn’t be happier that Venture Stream are helping Tiny Lives. This is a charity my wife and I hold close to our hearts and have experienced first-hand how hard the Doctors and Nurses work every hour of the day and night. I’m very proud and thankful to the team here in supporting me and Tiny Lives”
James Chapman, Business Development Director – Venture Stream
In August 1994 at 34 weeks pregnant my blood pressure escalated… My midwife sent me to hospital and I was informed I had all the signs of Pre-eclampsia. I was immediately induced as both myself and my unborn baby were very poorly. Joseph was born very small and jaundice on the 13th August 1994 he was only 4lb and needed to be fed through a tube.
The Staff at The R.V.I were excellent, their care was nothing other than exemplary. I said to myself there and then that one day I would give something back to the Tiny Lives Unit.
I am the Manager of Ponteland Private Nursery, we care for children ages 0 – 5 years. In the Summer of 2012 I began organising a Christmas Party Night out for our 20 Staff, it was then I had the idea of organising a Charity Ball and donating all of the funds to The Tiny Lives. Deborah (the owner of the Nursery) and I worked extremely hard collecting donations of raffle prizes and managed to sell a total of over 400 tickets. The sparkling event took place at The Gosforth Park Marriott Hotel in December 2012. The theme of the Ball was Diamond & Ice. We managed to raise £20,400.87 everyone enjoyed the 3 course meal and live band!
It was not long before we began organising our second Ball, people were so kind with very generous donations, everyone mucked in to help. It was a pleasure working with the Tiny Lives team. The second Diamond & Ice Ball raised £28,893.00
The work that the members of this charity do is amazing and without continual fundraising events the funds would dry up and the tiny babies would suffer.
We feel proud of what we have achieved and will continue to support Tiny Lives. I will be forever grateful and in debt to the team for the support and care they gave to my Tiny Baby Joseph, who is now 6ft 4 and nearly 21 years old.
Eternally grateful, Jo Slade
As a small family run business Paul Race Decorating believe it important to support Tiny Lives Trust , they impact the lives of so many North East children and their families . Their work and support is invaluable at Newcastle RVI . To view our just giving page please click here