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Introduction

Charity partnerships are hugely beneficial both to companies and charities, especially when the collaboration is between organisations who share a passion for and commitment to sustainable social change. Our corporate partnerships enable businesses to engage with their stakeholders and employees through new approaches and are rewarding, engaging, and mutually beneficial.

Getting Involved

Our corporate partnerships maximise the scale and impact of company and employee donations to support children in poverty in London. We work closely with our corporate partners to create programmes of volunteering activities, events, and corporate giving schemes that contribute to our goal of improving the life chances of children in London.

Corporate Partners

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Getting Involved

Corporate Support

The Childhood Trust works in partnership with businesses of all sizes to create a meaningful impact on the lives of disadvantaged children and young people in the capital. We work with companies in a number of different ways, including:

  • CRM - Cause Related Marketing
  • COTY - Charity of the Year Partnerships
  • Sponsorship and Event Partnership
  • Strategic Support

 

Getting Involved

Corporate Volunteering

The Childhood Trust offers bespoke volunteering opportunities that help employees and their companies connect to their local communities and give back personally. Our corporate partners are welcome to participate in our two volunteer programmes, Decorate A Child’s Life and Meals That Matter.

Our Corporate Volunteer Programmes

Decorate A Child’s Life

Decorate A Child’s Life works with volunteers to renovate and redecorate disadvantaged children’s bedrooms and local youth centres children rely on for support.

Meals That Matter

Meals That Matter reduces food poverty in London by providing nutritious meals to disadvantaged children through partnerships with corporate volunteer groups.

Every child should have a healthy, happy and safe childhood so that all children are well prepared for life, breaking the cycle of poverty.