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Partner with us

Partner with us

The work we do wouldn't be possible without the commitment and support of our partners.

Learn more about how your organisation can help us to support more children, families and school staff across the UK.

Group shot at Royal Parks Half Marathon with Citi corporate partner of Place2Be

Corporate partnerships

Our corporate partners help us to improve children’s mental health. Whether you'd like to engage your staff, increase brand awareness or choose Place2Be as your Charity Of The Year – we’d be delighted to work with you.

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Trusts and foundations

Support from trusts and foundations has helped us to expand our in-school support, build our counsellors’ expertise and provide mental health training for teachers.

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Philanthropy

Gifts to Place2Be not only allow us to support children now, but allow us to plan ahead - so no matter what challenges the future holds, we can continue to be there.

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Our partners

Our partners’ support allows us to continue and develop our vital work. We’re so grateful to our partners for helping Place2Be to reach families across the UK.

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News & blogs

Photos of 5 year old Jasmine, who walked 15 miles during the week wearing fancy dress

Children’s Mental Health Week raises over £63,000 for Place2Be

Hundreds of schools, organisations and individuals took part in the week and helped raise vital funds for Place2Be.

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Billy Ocean and Young Voices choir release charity single for Place2Be

Billy Ocean and Young Voices choir release charity single for Place2Be

Pop icon Billy Ocean and the Young Voices Choir have released a new recording of the Bill Withers’ classic ‘Lovely Day’.

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Place2Be x The Evening Standard Young London SOS Appeal Logo

Place2Be and The Evening Standard launch Young London SOS

The new partnership looks to address ‘the hidden mental health crisis of the Covid generation’.

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