Corporate Fundraising

How your business can support us

Corporate fundraising is a brilliant way to get your colleagues involved in something new and exciting!

Each year we are delighted to receive the support of businesses from across Stockport, including those who participate in our annual Walthew House Cup Blind Bowling Tournament and those who have one of our charity collection boxes.

If your business is interested in supporting us, call 0161 480 2612 or email

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Please click below to visit our donation page for more information on how you can support us.

Event Sponsorship

We organise a range of fundraising events, such as quiz nights to bowling tournaments, which businesses can sponsor to help us keep down costs.

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Fun Days

Bring your company together with organised bake sales, darts competitions, tombolas, fancy dress and much more! Contact us for ideas and resources to help.

Charity of the Year

Does your business have a charity they support each year? Raise awareness of sight and hearing loss by nominating Walthew House as your Charity of the Year!

Previous Events

Auction & Hotpot Night
Our Auction & Hotpot Night in October 2019 was a huge success, raising £1,800 for Walthew House! Thank you to everyone who made a pre-bid, or bought a ticket and came along on the night, to Lynx Taxis for sponsoring the event, and to our volunteers, we would not be able to run events like […]
Quiz Night
Thank you to everyone who came along to our annual Volunteers' Party & Quiz Night in November 2019! As usual with our events, the quiz was fully accessible to people with a sight or hearing loss, with no picture or music rounds, and people on hand for anyone who needed help writing down their answers. […]
Blind Bowling
Each year, Walthew House hosts a ‘Blind Bowling’ tournament in which teams of four from local businesses and organisations enter to test their bowling skills, whilst raising funds to support Walthew House. However, unlike a normal bowling tournament, players are provided with blindfolds or simulation glasses to simulate the experience of being visually impaired or […]