A fundraising event – that see teams of people take part in a 24-hour relay – will be supported by Denny Bros.
The Bury St Edmunds company will be a sponsor for the upcoming Relay for Life, which raises money for Cancer Research.
The event, on Saturday, July 1, at Nowton Park, will see team members walk around a track and shine a light on those that have been affected by cancer.
Relay for Life also includes music and activities during the day and night and a Candle of Hope ceremony will be held between 9pm and 10pm.
Graham Denny, managing director at Denny Bros, said: “We are proud to be part of our local community and try and support it as much as possible. This is a very special event in our town and we wanted to do what we can to support and sponsor Relay for Life.
“Many of our staff members have been affected by cancer and this is one thing we can do to give something back and support such a worthwhile charity.”
The company, who has a head office in Kempson Way and also an art and craft supplies shop in St Andrews Street South, last week donated £500 towards running the first aid at the event.