Our Charity Partners

England, Scotland and Wales:

Domino’s Pizza has selected Teenage Cancer Trust as its charity partner in England, Scotland and Wales.

Teenage Cancer Trust exists to improve the quality of life and chances of survival for young people with cancer aged between 13 and 24. They make sure they're treated as young people first, cancer patients second. 

Across the UK, in local towns and cities they fund and build specialist units within NHS hospitals, bringing young people together so they can be treated together by teenage cancer experts, in the best place for them. They are the world's leading force in the expert care of young people with cancer, bringing together young people to be treated by teenage cancer experts, alongside local people their own age, in an environment designed just for them – e.g. They don't look or feel like normal hospital wards, instead they're designed by young people for young people with vibrant colours, music, pool tables, fun activities and Wi-Fi access. These may sound like small things but they help enormously to maintain a sense of normality amongst the disruption of cancer.

So far the charity has funded and developed 28 specialist cancer units in NHS hospitals across the UK.

As a teenager the impact of cancer is not only physical. The psychological, social and emotional impact of cancer on young people is also enormous. Imagine, just as life is taking off, cancer shatters everything – your confidence, self-esteem, education, work prospects, hopes and future. Like Domino's,  we rely on an expert team to deliver our services. Teenage Cancer Trust Nurses and Youth Support Co-ordinators ensure that young people and their families receive the personalised, specialist care and emotional support they need.  

They have also recently launched a new Education work stream, to educate young people about cancer and empower them to take control of their health and seek help if they are worried.

Teenage Cancer Trust relies 100% on voluntary donations to fund its vital work with young people with cancer.  To learn more about Teenager Cancer Trust please click on www.teenagecancertrust.org

Northern Ireland:

Domino’s Pizza has selected the Northern Ireland Children's Hospice as a charity partner in NI.

As the only children's hospice within Northern Ireland offering palliative and specialist care to life-limited children and young people, NI Children's Hospice recognised the need for an extension of its services and so in 2012, building work to a new children's hospice in Fermanagh was complete.  

Hospice care is much more than pain and symptom control but also pays attention to the individual and helps them in a way appropriate to them. They provide over 90% of their care to patients, children and young people and their families in their own home through the work of their community teams.

At Hospice, they see the patient and the family as one unit of care. They see the patient first and their illness second. They offer care and support to the whole family, because caring is at the heart of everything they do.

To find out more about the incredible work they do at the Northern Ireland's Children's Hospice, please visit www.nihospice.org  

Republic of Ireland:

Domino's Pizza has selected Barretstown as a charity partner in ROI.

Barretstown offers free, specially designed camps and programmes for children and their families living with a serious illness – supported behind the scenes by 24 hour on site medical and nursing care.

Barretstown needs to raise €4.5 million a year to run their programmes, over 96% of which comes from voluntary contributions from generous individuals and companies. They receive a small grant from the HSE, which accounts for 3%.  Barretstown offers free, medically endorsed, Therapeutic Recreation camps and programmes for children and their families living with a serious illness – supported behind the scenes by 24 hour on site medical care.

Over the last 10 years Domino’s has raised nearly €250,000 through individual and national fundraising drives.  In addition to this, the teams at Domino’s have run numerous pizza making days at the camp where kids can make, bake and eat their very own fresh pizzas. 

In the Republic of Ireland Domino's supports children's charity, Barretstown, www.barretstown.org 

Pennies become Pounds

In 2010, Domino's Pizza became the first brand to go into partnership in the UK with Pennies, the digital charity box.  And in September 2016, Domino's became the first brand to launch Pennies in ROI too!

Pennies allows our customers the opportunity to round up their order, donating the spare change to our chosen charities. 


92.5% of the money raised is donated to Teenage Cancer Trust. 7.5% of the donated funds goes to Pennies, to drive the movement for the benefit of the charitable sector as a whole.

Northern Ireland:

92.5% of the money raised is donated to Northern Ireland Children's Hospice. 7.5% of the donated funds goes to Pennies.

Republic of Ireland:

As of September, 2016, Pennies is now available to our customers in the Republic of Ireland! 92.5% of the money raised is donated to Barretstown. 7.5% of the donated funds goes to Pennies.

This scheme has proved extremely successful, with millions of our customers choosing to donate their spare pennies. 

For more information about Pennies, please visit www.pennies.org.uk