Our partners and funders

Since our 2009 founding, we’ve collaborated with 90+ organisations to identify solutions to make it easier for people to live healthy lives. We believe that all sectors, including the private sector, must be part of the solution for effective, sustainable progress to be made in confronting the world’s biggest killer: chronic disease.

We aim to work with all industry sectors that can show that their goal is to promote the health of the public. C3 will not work with the tobacco industry. We are committed to creating a trusting and neutral environment for all who genuinely wish to contribute to better physical activity and nutrition for all, and an end to tobacco use. 

Interested in becoming a partner or funder of C3? Contact us.

 

Our current partners and funders:

Cancer Research UK logo

Sanofi logo

As a partner and/or funder of C3 you commit to:

  1. Improving health in your organisation
  2. Joint actions based on robust evidence
  3. Not exploiting C3’s work purely for public relations gains or for forwarding an agenda inconsistent with health improvement 
  4. Declaring any perceived or real conflicts of interest with our guiding principles
  5. Allowing us to retain intellectual integrity over our projects
  6. Wherever possible, permitting us to share the learning with our wider network

We share our values to ensure transparent, conflict-free collaboration with all partners and funders.

C3’s director makes all funding or collaboration decisions and reports these to the Board for approval.

Where questions of potential or perceived conflicts arise, the Board of Trustees determines the final decision.

Contact us for our partnership values document.

 

Past partners and funders:

If you have an interest in one of our current or past partners/funders, please do get in touch and we will be happy to discuss any of our work.

 

Active Newham

AstraZeneca

Baker McKenzie

Britvic

Broadstone

Bupa

Bupa CMO network

Burdett Trust for Nursing

Cancer Research UK

Chamberlain Dunn

Cherie Blair Foundation for Women

City of Westminster

The College of Contemporary Health

Commonwealth Secretariat

Credits4Health

Debategraph

De Montfort University (Square Mile)

Diabetes UK

Discovery Vitality

The Economist Intelligence Unit

ENS4Care

European Association for the Study of Obesity (EASO)

European Commission (EU Seventh Framework Programme FP7/2007–2013)

Fitness Industry Association (Shift into Sports Initiative)

Food and Health Research in Europe (FAHRE)

Framework Convention Alliance

GRAND (Global Research Against NCD) South

Health Education England

Health Innovation Network

House of St Barnabas

Instituto de Nutrición de Centroamérica y Panamá (INCAP)

Interreg VA Channel (European Regional Development Fund)

Island Health Trust

London Borough of Camden

London Borough of Islington

London Borough of Tower Hamlets

London Borough of Wandsworth

London Global Cancer Week

London South Bank University

M&C Saatchi World Service

MATRIX Public Health Solutions

MAXIMUS UK

Mayer Brown

Medtronic Foundation

Mondelēz International

Morgan Stanley

NCD Alliance

Nestlé

NHS England

Nottingham Trent University

Novo Nordisk

Optum

Oxford Health Alliance

PeoplePlus

PepsiCo

Pfizer

Pillory Barn

Populus

Press Red

Primary Care International

PruHealth

Punter Southall Health & Protection

RAND Europe

RCNi

Real

Royal College of Nursing

Royal College of Nursing Foundation

RSA

Royal Society of Medicine

Sanofi

Serco Health

Smart Health Solutions, Inc.

SustainAbility

Tesco

The Berkeley Partnership 

The Coca-Cola Company

The Health Foundation

The Health Insurance Group (THIG)

the Sowerby Foundation

The Work Foundation

The Young Foundation

Uganda NCD Alliance

Uganda UK Health Alliance

Unilever

UnitedHealth Foundation

UnitedHealth Group

UnitedHealth Group’s Center for Nursing Advancement (US)

University College of London Centre for Behaviour Change

University of Cape Town Lung Institute

Uscreates

Younger Lives

Wellbeing People

Willis Towers Watson