One of our key organisational values is collaboration. We believe that achieving real change requires us all to pool our strengths and exchange our skills and resources.
This means that we lend our expertise and resources to partners in the service of our shared aims and we build relationships and trust with organisations with whom we have a common goal.
Our funders and supporters
None of our work would be possible without the generosity and support of our funding partners and supporters.
The Astra Foundation support us to convene organisations, amplify voices and advocate for sustained momentum on loneliness.
Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust
The Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust are supporting the development of the Jo Cox Civility Commission.
National Lottery Community Fund
The National Lottery Community Fund are funding the development of our More in Common Network from 2023-2026.
Spirit of 2012
Spirit of 2012 is the London 2012 legacy fund. They have supported the development of our Moment to Movement project from 2020-2023.
WA Comms have supported the PR of the Jo Cox Civility Commission.
Thanks also to:
Could your organisation support The Jo Cox Foundation and help us continue to make a difference on issues Jo cared about?
Each year, our Great Get Together and Great Winter Get Together campaigns bring communities together, helping build new connections and address loneliness. We wouldn’t be able to deliver these campaigns without our partners. Thanks to:
Cinema for All – Great Watch Together partner
Community Libraries Network – Community event partner
Goodgym – Community event partner
Refugee Week – Great Walk Together partner
Thanks also to:
- City Year
- Community Rail Network
- Give a Few Words
- Libraries Connected
- Marmalade Trust
- Muslim Council of Britain
- Muslim Hikers
- Naz Legacy Foundation
- Reading Agency
- Silver Sunday
- Slow Ways
- The Cares Family
- UK Youth
- Yorkshire Dales National Park