Why partner with us?
We have significant experience in developing bespoke partnerships to help you achieve your business objectives. And by working together, we can make a real difference to children’s lives.
For example, we partnered with O2 to help their customers keep their children safe online. Our partnership combined our expertise in protecting children and O2’s tech know-how to provide parents with simple, practical advice about online safety. This has led to over 1.7 million conversations to keep kids safer online and O2 customers are more likely to extend their contracts, trust O2 more, and have a higher opinion of the brand because of the partnership.
A commercial partnership with us will help your drive brand awareness, and increase sales and customer loyalty. Our award-winning partnerships team have years of experience delivering cause-related marketing campaigns across different sectors.
Our research shows that over 1/3 of British consumers would be more likely to purchase a product from a retailer that partnered with us. We also found that our partnerships increased engagement, loyalty and warmth from customers. (YouGov, July 2017).
Our research found that over 74% of British employees would support their business partnering with us. Choosing us as your charity of the year will give your staff a shared cause they can support together.
Our team will work with your employees to create an engaging charity of the year programme. During our partnership with Morgan Stanley over 98% of staff took part in a volunteering activity during their Global volunteering month!
Working with companies like KPMG, Lidl, Morgan Stanley and Matalan, we have fundraising ideas, campaigns and events to suit everyone and will take the time to get to know your staff and what they enjoy. We'll then work with your teams to create a bespoke calendar full of fundraising and volunteering opportunities that all your employees can take part in.
A charity of the year partnership with us will boost staff morale, encourage team building, create positive PR opportunities and show your company’s commitment to supporting children across the UK.
Not only will a partnership benefit your staff, but it’ll help you retain customers too. When asked, 28% of Lidl customers were more likely to shop at Lidl because of our partnership.
Over the last few years more companies have been wanting to support us through skilled volunteering and pro bono opportunities. Skilled volunteering and pro bono is a great way to:
- increase employee engagement
- increase staff retention
- enhance ‘job relevant’ skills and talents
- network and boost employee morale.
No matter what company you work for, we're always looking for more partners who can help us solve some of our biggest challenges using their skills, knowledge and expertise.
"This wasn't about us trying to go out and support a charity, it was about us saying this is what we believe is missing and needs to be done to help parents and children. It was the right partnership for us."
Nina Bibby, 02 Marketing and Customer Director
Together we can change children's lives for the better.
“The work that the NSPCC carries out is invaluable and it’s amazing to see how the £10 million raised by Matalan since 2004 has been utilised. We’re truly privileged to be the longest standing retail partner of the charity.”
Jason Hargreaves, Matalan CEO
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From charity of the year and behaviour change campaigns to long-standing relationships with companies like Lidl, Spar and Matalan. Our partners help us provide vital support to children who need somewhere to turn.
"I thoroughly enjoyed working with the NSPCC and really appreciated the support and engagement provided. Bringing our charity projects to life by getting involved helped us raise funds and gave confidence that our efforts would really make a difference."
Nick Davies, Halfords Manager
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With schools closed and when home isn't a safe place for every child, many children have nowhere to turn for help. We’re still here for children. Will you be there too?