Our corporate partners are vital to supporting our work supporting the most vulnerable children and young people in England.
Together with some of our fantastic partners we are improving the lives of some of the most vulnerable children and young people.
For information on the different ways we can support your business please contact Jen Woolridge by telephone (020 7841 4652) or email.
Our corporate partners
We're proud to present a collection of several of our current and previous corporate partners. They include:
- Bella Italia
- Forgotten Mobile
- Mission Fish
- Pennies from Heaven
- St Saviours Nurseries
Bella Italia restaurant chain is donating 25p for every Rigatoni Alla Norma pasta dish sold.
Through their Coins that Count service, Coinstar allows everyone to transform their pennies into pounds by providing coin collection machines in supermarkets across the country.
We have partnered with Davpack to create ‘Barry the Box,’ an online resource to help children deal with their problems. Davpack have also designed a range of special Christmas boxes that will go on national sale this Christmas, helping raise funds for us.
Our partnership with recycling company Forgotten Mobile allows you to recycle an array of items, clear out your cupboards and help support our work.
We are working with Giveacar, a UK based fundraising organisation that recycle any unwanted vehicle and donate the profits to us.
MissionFish allows eBay.co.uk users a secure and efficient way of donating a percentage of their sales to us.
Pennies from Heaven allows employees to donate the spare pennies from their monthly salaries.
St Saviours Nurseries in Guernsey has supported our work for over 20 years.
The have raised almost £60,000 by donating 15% of profits from their mail-order cut-flower business.
Travelex collects unwanted foreign coins and bank notes through collection boxes located in our shops and through collection pouches that supporters can request individually.
They have also selected us as a beneficiary of their airport charity collections.