Our partners are so important to us – every day they help us to get closer to a world where the most marginalised children in Africa are not forgotten. Whatever the size of your company, we make sure that we deliver innovative, inspiring and mutually-beneficial partnerships that make a real difference.
We get to know you
People are at the heart of everything we do and we tailor every partnership to suit your needs. Together with your dedicated account manager, we will create a fun and inspiring calendar of fundraising events and possible pro-bono opportunities. We promise to support you at every step of the way and make sure that your team is engaged and motivated to reach their goals.
We give you exposure
A partnership with Chance for Childhood generates positive PR for your company and can help you to reach a whole new audience. We create a bespoke communication plan for every partnership and support you with publicity amongst your employees or externally to new audiences. Find out more about our current corporate partners.
We know it is not all about fundraising
Although fundraising is extremely important, we will explore other ways that you can get involved and engage and motivate your colleagues. From volunteering your time and talent, to encouraging your employees to sign up for payroll giving or raising awareness of our work on social media, we place huge value on other ways of giving back. Read more ways to get involved.
We offer value for money
Chance for Childhood is 100% reliant on donations and every penny raised really does count. We are committed to staying lean, remaining entrepreneurial, to building for scale at all times and to being efficient. 88p of every £1 is spent on our charitable objectives, making us an extremely efficient and cost-effective charity.
We are an award-winning charity
We won the Collaboration award at the Bond International Development Awards 2017 (the ‘Oscars’ for charities working in overseas aid!). This award recognised our strategic, non-traditional approach to collaboration across sectors, by running a Justice for Children project together with the UK and Uganda Law Societies, a social enterprise, a private company and a local grassroots organisation in Uganda.
We also have big plans for the future as set out in our 3-year strategy.