abandofbrothers has years of experience developing successful partnerships with organisations big and small across a range of sectors.
Together, we can make a difference to the lives of troubled young men, their families and communities.
The work we do wouldn’t be possible without the commitment and support of our corporate partners.
There are lots of ways your company can support abandofbrothers, whether it’s:
- Strategic partnerships
- Selecting us as your Charity of the Year
- Corporate donations
- Employee and customer fundraising
- Commercial partnerships
- Sharing expertise
Help a young man turn his life around
Why support abandofbrothers?
Every £1 invested in our mentoring services results in £6.80 in terms of improved long-term outcomes.
What we offer you
We will work with you to motivate your employees, engage your customers and increase your brand awareness, all whilst addressing a key challenge for young men and their communities today. We can offer:
- Visits some of our volunteers and beneficiaries to hear about our work directly
- Our expertise to support the wellbeing and development of your staff
- Your employees the chance to volunteer with local Abandofbrothers’ community events.
- A tailored programme of fundraising activities for your company
- A Partnership Management Team that is with you every step of the way to ensure the partnership is a success.
By partnering with abandofbrothers, you will enable us to reach more schools with vital mental health support.
Impact and reporting
Abandofbrothers is committed to collecting data about the work we do and using it to measure our impact.
We report openly and honestly about the funding we receive and tailor our reports to the interests and objectives of each partner.
We regularly collect case studies from young men, families and volunteers mentors to demonstrate the difference we make to their lives.
abandofbrothers’ projects visits
We are passionate about the work we do and proud to show our corporate partners the real difference they make to the lives of young men and their communities every day.
We’ll give you opportunities to visit one of our abandofbrothers projects and hear directly from young men, families and volunteer mentors.
I was angry when I was younger and used to get into a lot of fights. My mum kicked me out when I was 16 and I lived in hostels from then on. [After abandofbrothers] I feel as though I’m a better person, I had the world on my shoulders, but I deal with difficulty in a different way now.
Get in touch
Would you like to find out more or visit one of our schools? We’d be delighted to speak to you about abandofbrothers ambitious plans for the future and how you might be able to support us.
You can get in touch with our team using the details below.