We value long term, impactful relationships with our corporate partners and spend time building mutually beneficial relationships.
Each organisation is unique, so we work closely with our partners to develop individual relationships. Whether your business undertakes Tender’s training programmes, fundraises to support our work with children and young people, sponsors our events and programmes or creates a brand partnership, Tender will work to ensure the relationship is positive, creative and productive.
Our current partners include Lloyds Banking Group and Clifford Chance.
Why support Tender
A better future
By partnering with Tender, organisations will help champion our goal to end domestic abuse and sexual violence. With your help, we can reach new audiences, and improve understanding and prevention of these issues.
Tender can support and inspire your organisation and staff to create equal, respectful workplace environments where everyone can thrive and achieve their best work.
Tender can help you to develop and achieve your business’ strategic priorities to create a positive workplace culture.
How you can support us
By donating to our cause and sponsoring our programmes, you can enable more children, young people and adults to enjoy healthy relationships and prevent abuse.
Through payroll giving, staff can donate to Tender without paying tax and with no cost to employer or employee.
As your charity of the year, we’ll provide a wide range of materials and support to build a strong relationship with your staff and spread the word about Tender throughout your organisation.
Fundraising is a great way to bring staff together for a cause they believe in. We can support you to develop a wide range of fundraising activities: from sponsored activities to bake sales.
Want to find out more?
Get in touch with Susie to find out more about how we can work together.
We know that our differences enrich us as a firm, but if we don’t listen to each other, and engage in constructive dialogue, we’ll never make the changes that matter to our people. We’re having that dialogue more and more, and that’s progress.
Clifford Chance Inclusion Advocate