Online sponsorship and advertising opportunities with the Anaphylaxis Campaign
Sponsoring or advertising on our webpages can not only drive more targeted traffic to your company’s website, but also make our hundreds of thousands of supporters, members and friends aware of your valued support of us as the only UK charity dedicated to helping those affected by anaphylaxis.
Your advert could look a bit like this:
We have identified a number of areas on our website that offer the best opportunities for your business. Choose from:
At the Anaphylaxis Campaign, we work tirelessly to meet the needs of the growing number of people at risk from severe allergic reactions – a vital service relied upon by many.
Our website receives over 750,000 hits annually and covers content from industry best practise to information and advice for consumers, healthcare professionals and businesses. We offer a multitude of different options for you to choose from on our pages to suit any budget and requirement.
Prices start at just £450 for 3 months, £750 for 6 months and £1200 for the full year.
We do hope you will be able to assist us further in this way and would be delighted to discuss our various opportunities and options:
Call now on: 01252 546100
or Email: Joanna Buston
Download our 2016 Media Kit
The Anaphylaxis Campaign will only accept sponsorship or advertising that is appropriate and accords with our aims and values. Please take time to read our Ethical Corporate Relationship Policy.
The Anaphylaxis Campaign will not accept sponsorship or advertising that:
Contains provocative images
Contains or promotes offensive or inappropriate language
Contains, facilitates or promotes defamatory, libellous or unlawful content
Promotes alcohol, tobacco products, firearms or other weapons, gambling activities
Promotes uncertified pharmaceutical products
Promotes products that make unsubstantiated claims to ameliorate allergic reactions or sensitivity
Contains any content which could reasonably be considered to discriminate or which encourages others to discriminate against any group on the basis of race, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, faith or gender reassignment.