Corporate partners

Creating partnerships for lasting change

We work with companies to create partnerships which help us create lasting change and ensure that every child has the chance to fulfil their potential.

Arsenal

Arsenal

Save the Children is Arsenal Football Club's first ever global charity partner.

Bulgari

Bulgari

Save the Children’s relationship with luxury goods brand Bulgari shows how a commercially-focused partnership can bring great benefits to both organisations, and significantly improve the lives of some of the world’s most vulnerable children.

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Build a Bear

A partner since 2016, Build a bear ran two annual campaigns between January and March called Share Your Heart.

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Castle Water

Castle Water

Castle Water is working with customers to help give children caught up in emergencies access to safe, clean drinking water when they need it most.

Clifford Chance

Clifford Chance

Leading law firm Clifford Chance is helping us reach more children in emergencies. Their support for our Emergency Fund means that when a crisis hits, we can be ready to respond immediately and save lives. 

GSK

GSK

In 2013, we formed an ambitious and strategic global partnership with GSK. Using our combined expertise, resources and influence we aim to help save one million children's lives.

Ikea

Ikea

Since 2005, IKEA and the IKEA Foundation have jointly become one of our largest global supporters, raising millions of pounds for our global programme work through cash and in-kind donations.

Johnson & Johnson

Johnson & Johnson

In 2011, we started working with Johnson & Johnson in the UK to improve the lives of some of the poorest families in the country.

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Pearson

In March 2015, Pearson, the world’s learning company, joined forces with us to launch an innovative new partnership, called 'Every Child Learning'.

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Peppa Pig

Entertainment One, who own the rights to Peppa Pig, one of the UK's best loved children's television characters, have been working in partnership with us since January 2016.

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Prudence Foundation

Prudence Foundation

Prudence Foundation is partnering with Save the Children in Asia to build strong foundations for children's future learning and to enable communities to be more resilient to natural disasters. 

Prudential

Prudential

Many of our corporate partners support us in emergencies but Prudential plc is working with us as our first official Emergency Response Partner.

RB

RB

We’ve been working with RB (formerly Reckitt Benckiser) since 2003. So far, the partnership has raised £29.5m and directly impacted the lives of more than 1.5 million children. In 2013, we launched a major new global initiative to stop children dying from diarrhoea.

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Selfish Mother

We're delighted to be partnering with #GoodTees by Selfish Mother for the second year running to create a series of slogan sweatshirts in celebration Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day 2017. 

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Thomson Reuters

Thomson Reuters

Thomson Reuters is Save the Children’s longest-serving corporate partner, supporting the charity since 1995 through its annual International Financing Review (IFR) Awards Dinner.

Twinings

Twinings

We're working with Twinings to develop sustainable projects that support tea-growing communities in China. Since the partnership launched in 2004 it has helped more than half a million children. 

Unilever

Unilever

The Unilever Foundation made a ground breaking three-year commitment to support Save the Children’s biggest ever global campaign, EVERY ONE, which will save millions of lives through inspiring urgent action towards eradicating mortality among children and mothers. 

Visa Europe

Visa Europe

Since 2014, employees at Visa Europe have selected Save the Children as their charity partner to help transform the lives of vulnerable children in communities around the world.

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WHSmith

Save the Children was first selected as WHSmith’s charity Christmas card beneficiary in 2014, and since then, our partnership has gone from strength to strength.

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Past successes

Costa

Costa

Costa Coffee partnered with Save the Children in 2014 to support our UK literacy work. Since then, Costa has donated £200,000 to support our Born to Read programme, which gives poorer children in the UK the reading skills they need for a better future.

First Group

First Group

Since 2007, FirstGroup has given support worth more than £4m to our UK poverty work through financial donations, staff fundraising, media value and gifts in kind.

Lloyds Banking Group

Lloyds Banking Group

Save the Children was first selected as the Lloyds Banking Group Charity of the Year in January 2011, and the success of the partnership led to it being extended until the end of December 2012. 

Mothercare

Mothercare

Save the Children was proud to be the official Charity of the Year partner for the Mothercare Group from 2011-2013. Joining forces in the Born to Care partnership, we raised £1.4 million and worked to give children here in the UK and around the world the chance to fulfil their potential.

Sainsbury's and HarperCollins

Sainsbury's and HarperCollins

For Christmas 2015, Sainsbury’s joined forces with HarperCollins to produce a limited edition children’s book in aid of Save the Children, written and illustrated by acclaimed author Judith Kerr.

TJX Europe

TJX Europe

Save the Children and TJX Europe, the company behind popular brands including TK Maxx and homeware store Homesense, have worked together to transform education for children in the remote war-affected Rwenzori region of western Uganda.

Other partners

We are proud to have established partnerships with the companies below. Come back soon to find out how they're helping make a lasting difference to children's lives around the world and in the UK.
  • Amex
  • Astellas
  • Groupon
  • Harvester
  • IHS
  • Hearts Football Club
  • Papa John's
  • Virgin Atlantic
  • Westfield
A young girl collects water, thanks to the Ethiopia Water Appeal in 2016.

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