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.
As a partner and/or funder of C3 you commit to:
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.
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.
Bupa CMO network
Cancer Research UK
Cherie Blair Foundation for Women
City of Westminster
The College of Contemporary Health
De Montfort University (Square Mile)
The Economist Intelligence Unit
Fitness Industry Association (Shift into Sports Initiative)
Food and Health Research in Europe (FAHRE)
Framework Convention Alliance
Health Innovation Network
House of St Barnabas
London Borough of Camden
London Borough of Islington
London Borough of Wandsworth
London Global Cancer Week
M&C Saatchi World Service
Nottingham Trent University
Oxford Health Alliance
Primary Care International
Punter Southall Health & Protection
Royal Society of Medicine
Smart Health Solutions, Inc.
The Berkeley Partnership
The Coca-Cola Company
The Health Insurance Group (THIG)
the Sowerby Foundation
The Work Foundation
The Young Foundation
Uganda NCD Alliance
Uganda UK Health Alliance
UnitedHealth Group’s Center for Nursing Advancement (US)
University of Cape Town Lung Institute
Willis Towers Watson