War Child works with different kinds of companies and brands to get them involved in fundraising and promoting our work to help children affected by conflict.

There are many different ways that we do this:

Staff engagement

We encourage businesses of all sizes to get their staff involved in individual and team activities – whether it’s fundraising, volunteering or providing professional support. 

We currently have a two-year partnership with law firm Allen & Overy, launched in November 2016.

Volunteering and pro-bono

Time is money – by donating your time, you save us money. You can volunteer at music festivals for War Child, or help us with professional support and services. 

Find out about the amazing support we’ve had from law firm CMS and marketing company Core Creative.

Strategic partnerships

An exciting way to link War Child with your company's long-term strategic objectives.

We can find a perfect theme of programmes for your company, so you can support children and international development alongside your business activities. 

We've enjoyed some great strategic partnerships with companies such as LinkedIn, River Island, Cowshed and Stella McCartney. 

Brand partnerships

We work closely with our brand partners to develop mutually-beneficial campaigns, with co-branded merchandise, media and other experiences that combine to make a big difference for children affected by conflict. 

A brand partnership with War Child can help engage your customers and employees, build trust and make your brand stand out from the crowd. 

We enjoyed a very successful brand partnership with The Body Shop in 2014.