Charity Partnerships

Working in partnership with Headway demonstrates your company’s commitment to improving the lives of those affected by brain injury across the UK, whether that’s through adopting our charity as your Charity of the Year, or a longer-term partnership – or one off event/challenge.

As well as raising vital funds to support our frontline services, we will always aim to raise awareness and reduce the incidence of brain injury amongst your colleagues and audiences, with the view to create a powerful lasting legacy.

"I would encourage anyone considering adopting Headway as their nominated charity to go for it - it is a brilliant charity to support!"

- Chris Shaw, St Johns Buildings Chambers

Collage of Headway's corporate partners. L-R: Jefferies Solicitors boat trip, Another runner from St Johns Buildings Chambers, St Johns Buildings Chambers take on the Three Peaks Challenge, Aldermore Bank raised over £19,000 during 2015

Why a Charity Partnership?

  • Raise vital funds for Headway’s vital support and information services
  • Unite staff behind a common goal
  • Increase staff engagement and camaraderie
  • Raise your profile and brand as a responsible business
  • Create a positive impact to society

Why Headway UK?

  • Brain injury is on the rise, affecting over 355,000 people each year across the UK
  • Headway UK has a national presence – with local support
  • Offer a vast range of events, campaigns, and initiatives 
  • We create a bespoke partnership tailored to your business and corporate social responsibility objectives

What we do for you?

  • We provide a dedicated account manager to maximise the partnership
  • An initial meeting to help generate ideas and formulate a calendar of events
  • Secured places for treks and challenges at a location of your choice
  • Assistance and advice on fundraising and online giving pages
  • Provision of personalised fundraising materials for your fundraising events
  • Opportunities for bespoke brain injury training sessions
"Headway welcomed us with open arms and supported us from the start. This was our first charity of the year, and Headway guided us in terms of providing fundraising tips. They also valued the reason that we chose them and what it especially meant to our Reading employees who sadly lost a close colleague as a result of brain injury last year.
"The scheme has shown us that it is not just about fundraising; it can be about what we can give back to the community such as donations of clothes, or supporting campaigns."

- Chris Shaw, St Johns Buildings Chambers