Cancer research UK have an equal successful relationship with their stakeholders

Cancer research UK have an equal successful relationship with their stakeholders. I know this because they are the most achieved cancer related charity. They communicate confidently with their customers as they are the ones who fund the charity.
Employees; This nonprofit business was formed in 2002 by the original 20 founding members of the charity. Later on they employed another 60 members, bringing the members of cancer research to a total of 80. These members were not just highered for no reason, they bring relevant skills and an experienced background to the table. They are there to help support the charities aims and objectives. As of now cancer research have over 4000 employees and 40,000 helpful volunteers. The charity holds general meetings which the employees are entitled to attend. They also hold AGM however those are not mandatory.
The government; Surprisingly, cancer research does not receive any funds from the government for their research. This shows they solely rely on their customers. In 2016-2017 they spend $432 million on just research alone. Additionally, working with Councilors, Directors of Public Health and other key individuals in general wellbeing and prosperity permits Cancer Research to watch out for the implications of devolved health powers and how they impact cancer prevention.
Suppliers; cancer research have more ‘cooperate partners’ than suppliers. They develop a mutual partnership with companies that our spread out worldwide with a range of industries giving them clear benefits and sufficient funds for their work against cancer.
TK Maxx over the years have raised over £30 million for cancer research. ‘give up clothes for the good’ is the UK’s running clothes collection. They collect unwanted quality clothing, accessories etc. donation points in their store. Since 2004, TK Maxx have possessed over 1.1 million bags of clothing, as said previously they raised an impressive £30.3 million and £26.3 million of that has been used for research into treatments.
Tesco is one of cancer research UK’s partners they are loyal supporters who have been dedicated to supported the race of life for over a decade. Since 2001 they have raised £9.8 million to help fund their research. Additionally, to this they have held many fundraising events to help raise awareness and money.
A smaller business Nivea sun has also participated in helping fund cancer research since 2012 yet have still raised more than £3 million for cancer research and together have spread the message of sun safety to millions.