Partner with us

We work in partnership with national and local government, businesses and organisations across sectors including health, crime prevention, social services and education to build tailored volunteering programmes.

As a charity we rely on the support of organisations that share our determination to create change in communities. We’re proud to be supported by local and national government, lotteries, corporates, charities, trusts and foundations.

By working in collaboration with our partners, we’re able to combine our skills, experience and knowledge to support more volunteers and communities across the UK.

Every partnership is unique. But here are some ways we could work together. By partnering with us, you’ll benefit from our extensive knowledge and experience of delivering volunteering and social action programmes with local communities. Our Partnerships team would be very interested in working with you to explore how to align our passions.

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Strategic partnerships are a great way to link our organisation’s objectives of supporting communities through volunteering and social action.

Choose Volunteering Matters as your dedicated charity and engage your staff with our volunteering and fundraising opportunities.

Commission us to build and deliver a specific project tailored to meet the needs of your local area.

Whether you’re an individual or representing a trust or foundation, philanthropic support has a direct and profound impact on our ability to continue supporting local communities.

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A look at some of our partners

People’s Postcode Lottery

Volunteering Matters is delighted to have the support of the players of The People’s Postcode Lottery. Since 2016, players of The People’s Postcode Lottery have raised over £6,200,000 through the Postcode Support Trust to help us tackle some of the most complex issues facing communities across the UK.

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Some of the partners we work with

Aviva
Brent Council
CHK Foundation
City of Wolverhampton Council
Clarion Housing
Cronfa Gymunedol Community Fund
Department for Culture, Media & Sport
Department for Transport
Department of Levelling Up
Deutsche Bank
Essex Community Foundation
Ffyniant Bro (Cymru)
Islington Council
KPMG
Lewisham Council
London Borough of Hounslow
Mayor of London
Merton Council
Milton Keynes Council
National Citizen Service
NatureScot
NCVO
Newcastle City Council
People’s Postcode Lottery
Perth and Kinross Council
Scottish Government
Scottish Refugee Council
SCVO
Southend on Sea
Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council
Suffolk Community Foundation
Suffolk County Council
The City of Edinburgh Council
The National Lottery Community Fund
The Royal Borough of Greenwich
VCS Emergencies Partnership
Wales Council for Voluntary Action
Warwickshire County Council
Welsh Government
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