Good Partners Make All the Difference in the World

We bring together a diverse set of partners that work with us to change the world. From small one-time-only projects to ongoing initiatives that span years, we help businesses spread the goodness. We are honored to work side-by-side with our forward-thinking partners and friends.

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Aegis Media is a leading GlobalGiving UK partner on our Online Volunteering platform, GlobalGivingTIME. Aegis also incubated GlobalGiving UK during a critical phase of our development, hosting us in their London offices between 2010 and 2011. Read more about the Aegis Media's work with GlobalGivingTIME here.

Aegis also regularly supports GlobalGiving UK's disaster relief work, through a rolling staff donations page.

 
Guardian News and Media has an on-going partnership with GlobalGiving UK. We enable members of staff at the Guardian and the Observer to donate directly to a selection of our high-impact, fully-vetted projects through a custom-made co-branded landing page.
 
Mahindra Satyam is one of the world's leading information, communications and technology (ICT) firms. During 2011 Mahindra Satyam provided GlobalGiving UK with pro bono support and consulting as we developed our Pathfinders e-learning platform.
 
A team of volunteers from London Marriott Hotels conquered the 3 Peaks Challenge in June 2011 in support of the Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Relief Fund. The team created a set of fundraising pages GlobalGiving.co.uk and used these to gather sponsorship for the challenge of climbing all of each the UK's tallest mountains in a day. Read more about the 3 Peaks Challenge here.
 
ParkatmyHouse is an online forum for trading parking spaces. A percentage of every online purchase is donated to GlobalGiving UK.
 
Pearson is the world's leading education company. Volunteers from the firm's global People Development department help grassroots NGOs through a series of Human Resources-themed tele-clinics, with tips, advice and codes of practice for people development.
 
In late 2010 Rough Guides' launched their first online game. Rough Rides encourages players to 'Make the Most of Their Time on Earth': for the first three months after the game's launch, Rough Guides donated 10p to a grassroots project chosen by the each new player of the game - any one of three projects in the developing world, as identified by GlobalGiving UK.
 
Salesforce supports our work with consumer Gift Voucher campaigns. Salesforce has also provided GlobalGiving UK with a suite of Salesforce product licences to enable effective donor and partner relationship management. Read more about the Salesforce Foundation's Christmas vouchers campaign here.
 
During 2011 Standard Chartered supported GlobalGiving UK through the Volunteer Visitors Campaign. Standard Chartered volunteers from all over the world visited and engaged with a series of GlobalGiving UK project partners all over the world. As one of the world's largest and most widely spread financial institutions, Standard Chartered was uniquely placed to support our project partners. For most volunteers, a GlobalGiving project was a local trip.
 
Following the shocking earthquake and Tsunami that struck northern Japan in March 2011, Subaru UK worked closely with GlobalGiving to raise funds for the relief and rebuilding effort. GlobalGiving UK paired Subaru up with AAR Japan, a local charity that was leading the relief effort. Between 2011 and 2012 Subaru UK raised over £30,000 for AAR Japan's work. Read more about the campaign here.
 
Fourtold Media Ltd supported GlobalGiving UK through media training, and continue to help grow awareness of our brand in the UK. Ongoing support from the agency is building our presence helping more people to connect and give to GlobalGiving project partners.
 

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