Corporate giving

We're proud to be supported by lots of amazing companies and people who dedicate time and money to help us make children's lives better: now, tomorrow and every day.

By choosing Action for Children as your charity partner, you can help to change the lives of the most disadvantaged children and young people in the local communities where your colleagues and customers are based. Together we can make a difference.


Five reasons to partner with Action for Children:

  1. We have a proven record of delivering exceptional corporate partnerships which are admired industry-wide. We retain our corporate partners for multiple years because we work extremely hard to deliver the full potential of the partnership. Some of our loyal corporate partners include: Dell, Royal Mail, First Group, House of Fraser, FedEx, Gap, Deloitte, Barclays, Barclaycard and Fujitsu.
  2. With almost 80% of the UK’s population living less than 10 miles from their local Action for Children service, your employees will be able the support the most vulnerable children and young people living in their local communities.

3. Last year, our 600 services supported more than 390,000 of the most disadvantaged children, young people and families across the UK.
4. Our dedicated corporate fundraising team will help you fill your diary with bespoke events and fundraising activities, building an annual calendar to inspire and motivate your employees. We will also provide unique, emotive volunteering opportunities so your colleagues can see exactly how they are making a difference.
5. Our partnership will have the full support of our entire organisation, including our senior management team, our award winning national and local press team, our team of 40 community fundraisers, our VIP team and exposure on our social media channels

Get in touch

If you would like to support us, we'd love to hear from you.
Contact our corporate fundraising team on: 020 3124 0600 or by email.

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Companies that support us

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Working together, we have provided money management training to the UK’s most vulnerable young people.

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Berkeley Assets

Berkeley Assets has chosen Action for Children as its new charity partner.

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Driving support for Action for Children.

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FedEx School Delivery


Delivering hope to children.

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Working together to connect more children to their potential.

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Since 2008, GAP have supported our employability programme for disadvantaged young people.

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Inspire IT provides disadvantaged young people with a secure place to access IT equipment.

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Dobbies Garden Centres

Action for Children were delighted to be Dobbies Christmas Charity Partner 2017 along with WellChild.

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Supporting the mental health of the most disadvantaged children across the UK.

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From 16 Nov - 24 Dec 2015 HomeSense customers will be asked to donate £1 for a Christmas bauble to hang on their tree.

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House of Fraser

House of Fraser has launched their own Foundation and Action for Children have been selected as the main beneficiary.

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Together we have raised an incredible £700,000 to support the most vulnerable children and young people across the UK.

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Network Rail Corporate Partner

Network Rail

Better journey's to brighter futures.

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Pines and Needles

Pines and Needles

This Christmas, we have partnered once again with Pines and Needles, a premium Christmas tree company.

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Saunderson House

Saunderson House is supporting us by organising fundraising activities to provide core funding and through volunteering.

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Supporting disadvantaged young people into employment so they can thrive.

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Royal Mail

Starting in June 2017, our new partnership with Royal Mail will aim to raise £2 million for a preventative, school-based mental health programme for 15-18 year olds across the UK. We hope to reach thousands of young people who are at risk of developing depression and other mental health issues, and make sure they get the help they need.

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Help us do more.

Your support will help us make life better for the UK's most vulnerable children and young people.