UK Corporate Games chooses local Children’s Brain Tumour Charity for 2017

The UK Corporate Games is proud to announce that the Nottingham’s Children’s Brain Tumour Research Centre has been named as the official charity for 2017.

Open to companies of all sizes, the UK Corporate Games will be held 6th – 9th July 2017 at the David Ross Sports Village at the University of Nottingham and a number of other great venues in the region.

We’re looking forward to the Games and proud to be supporting this local charity in Nottingham. They’re doing great work to tackle such a terrible disease. Companies that choose a charity of the year to benefit from their team building activities find that the cause brings people together from across the organisation in ways that they wouldn’t be able to achieve otherwise.

Ben Sedgemore, UK Games Director

The Children’s Brain Tumour Research Centre works to tackle some of the most challenging issues in brain tumour treatment. On average, children in the UK wait up to three times longer for a brain tumour diagnosis than those in other developed countries. The Headsmart campaign aims to double survival rates and halve the harm caused by brain tumours and the aggressive treatments that need to be used to eradicate tumour cells.

The opportunity to connect with members of the Worldwide Corporate Games Community was an unexpected and delightful development. May the best man or woman win!

Professor David Walker, Co-Director of the Children’s Brain Tumour Research Centre and Professor of Paediatric Oncology

Katie Lockhart - Addressing the Worldwide Corporate Sport Community about The Childrens Brain Tumour Research Centre

Katie Lockhart – Addressing the Worldwide Corporate Sport Community about The Childrens Brain Tumour Research Centre

Prolonged and slow diagnosis can make long-term survivors up to ten times more likely to suffer from a physical or learning impairment, while some treatments can have long-lasting effects including learning difficulties, hearing loss and problems with physical development.

The Centre for Children’s Brain Tumour Research are eager to find other companies and supporters who can help them to continue their work. Academics at The University of Nottingham are leading the UK arm of a large international clinical trial for a type of children’s brain tumour called Ependymoma. The trial will treat around 150 children and young people in the UK and 350 from around the world, helping to determine the best ways to treat tumours.

Researchers aim to find the most successful treatment option with the fewest side effects for patients and to learn more about the biology of the disease. The trial will run for five years and follow patients for up to ten years.

Nottingham companies who have yet to choose a charity for 2017 can get in touch with the Children’s Brain Tumour Research Centre to find out more about how they can work together by emailing Louise Shaw or calling 0115 74 84809.

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Macmillan Cancer Support Announced as UK Corporate Games Official Charity


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The Games Office is delighted to announce their partnership with Macmillan Cancer Support, the Official Charity of the UK Corporate Games Coventry 2013.

One in three of us will get cancer and its the toughest thing most of us will ever face.  If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer, or a loved one has, you’ll want a team of people in your corner supporting you every step of the way.  That is where Macmillan Cancer Support come in, providing practical, medical and financial support for better cancer care.

The number of people with cancer is growing every day.  Macmillan wants to reach and improve the lives of every one of those people.  Learn more about how Macmillan is going about it

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Macmillan can’t provide these vital services without the countless volunteers and fundraisers who support them.  We are urging all our participating companies and their participants to consider fundraising for this worthwhile cause.  Macmillan recognise that support is key to fundraising successfully and they offer a range of different options to help get you started.

Want to help but stuck for ideas on how to raise cash for charity?

Download Macmillan’s Little Green Book of Fundraising Ideas to get you started!  Alternatively, get your free copy of the book as well as many other resources (such as their free poster downloads) from your local fundraising office or order one from be.Macmillan.

Where is my local Macmillan fundraising office?

With Macmillan offices located across the UK, getting support with your fundraising ideas is never far away!  Find your local fundraising office

Alternatively, make a donation!  Don’t forget to mention the Corporate Games, as all funds raised through the July event will go towards charitable projects in and around the Coventry area.

Support Macmillan Cancer today!

If you are worried about cancer for yourself, a loved one or simply want to learn more, a member of their friendly and professional team are on-hand to provide expert advice when you need it.  Talk to Macmillan Cancer Support


Signed Barcelona Shirt

This is your golden opportunity! A fantastic chance to win Messi’s own football shirt…signed by the entire Barcelona FC team!

The Messi signed shirt has been donated by Turkish Airlines, the Games Official Airline Partner and will be used to raise funds for the Games Official Charity, JAG Foundation.

Every single athlete has the chance to win – as well as your colleagues, friends and family! Each organisation competing in the Games will receive tickets to win the legendary shirt. Available from your team leaders…the charity tickets are priced at R50 each, a bargain for a shot at owning the legendary shirt.

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100% original – the shirt was flown in by hand last Friday and will be presented to the lucky winner in a bespoke fitted frame.

 The Grand Prize draw for the Messi original will be held at the Great Games Party at Barbosa – formerly known as Buena Vista at V&A Waterfront. All charity ticket holders must attend the party for a chance to win. If you are not in attendance when your number is called…the winning ticket will be re-drawn!

All athletes receive complimentary wristbands to the Cuban-themed party event. Tickets to the Great Games Party cost R20 for all other colleagues, friends and family.

Make this weekend one to remember – buy your charity tickets now!


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