At SHINE, we’re committed to developing long term, meaningful partnerships with individuals, businesses and corporate organisations, as well as trusts and foundations working in the third sector. When forming partnerships, we look at shared goals and values, and work together to help develop a partnership plan that sees all parties engaged and working towards the same vision.
As we continue to grow and develop, we are always keen to start more partnerships with an even larger range of organisations. Alongside financial support of our programmes, we want to help you and your employees get involved in our work – perhaps volunteering with one of our schools, using their skills to support one of our projects or inviting some pupils to visit your offices and gain some insight to the world of work.
There are lots of ways that you can go beyond donating to SHINE and we’d like to find out what works for your organisation and how we can tailor the partnership to deliver the best for both sides of the relationship, and the children we support of course.
If you would like to partner with us, or to find out more information, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 0113 280 5872.
Over the years, we have worked with a huge number of partners and organisations and we are very grateful for their support. Without the generosity of these partners, thousands of children would not have benefited from the chance to SHINE.
Here is a snapshot of our partners, both past and present:
- Capita SIMS
- CNC Communications
- Fitch Learning
- Fossil Foundation
- Goldman Sachs Gives
- Man Group
- The Education Endowment Foundation
- The Esmee Fairbairn Foundation
- The Greater London Authority
- The John Armitage Foundation
- The Mayor’s Fund for London
- The Ogden Trust
- The Primary Science Teaching Trust
- The Richard Reeve’s Foundation
- The UBS Optimus Foundation
- The Walcot Foundation
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- Education is the 21st Century battleground. SHINE is helping kids to fulfil their potential when their circumstances have made it hard for this to happen.
Gus O’Donnell, SHINE PatronSHINE’s work matters, particularly right now, because it gives the most disadvantaged in our society the practical help they need to make best use of their time at school……Thanks to SHINE, thousands of students can now explore their full potential and choose their own path in life.
Professor Dame Alison Richard, SHINE PatronSHINE tries to help people by looking hard at a problem and asking whether there’s a better solution……and by evaluating whether what they are doing themselves is working… SHINE demonstrates how philanthropy should work.
Gus O’Donnell, SHINE PatronGiving kids from poor communities some decent opportunities to really succeed at school has always been an incredibly worthwhile cause. Now we have such high levels of youth unemployment……it’s essential that these children leave school with the best possible grades and that makes SHINE’s work more important than ever.
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