Partners and Supporters

We know that by bringing people together to act we are greater than the sum of our parts.

We forge meaningful partnerships to make a tangible difference on the issues Jo was passionate about. Below are just a few of our current and past funding, corporate and organisational partners. Our full list of Great Get Together partners can be found here.

Funders

Spirit of 2012 is the London 2012 legacy fund. They fund our stronger communities work and our moment to movement projects.
  The Esmée Fairbairn Foundation aims to improve our natural world, secure a fairer future and strengthen the bonds in communities in the UK.

 

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport has funded and partnered with us on our work tackling loneliness.

 

The Astra Foundation supports programs and initiatives helping children thrive in their home and educational environments.

 

The Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust work to change the political system, making it more accountable, democratic and transparent.

 

The National Lottery Community Fund gives grants to organisations in the UK to help improve their communities. They have funded some of our community-building work in Batley and Spen

Great Get Together Partners

Our full list of Great Get Together partners can be found here.

 

Coalitions and Institutional Partners

The Centenary Action Group is a coalition of women’s organisations fighting for an equal and representative democracy where women are directly involved in the decisions that affect their lives without discrimination, prejudice, or fear of violence and harassment.
The Atrocity Prevention Working Group The Atrocity Prevention Working Group exists to cooperate, collaborate, and share knowledge with the aim to improve the UK's prediction and prevention of mass atrocities.

The Belong Network is the UK’s leading membership organisation on social cohesion and integration.
The Loneliness Action Group The Loneliness Action Group, led by the British Red Cross and Co-op partnership, was tasked by the Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness partners to secure a lasting legacy for the Commission’s work.

Become a Partner of The Jo Cox Foundation

We are grateful to be working in partnership with a range of fantastic corporate partners, who are helping us to grow and deepen the impact of our work.

There are a number of ways that our partners can support our work, including:

  • Great Get Together sponsorship and collaborations
  • Employee Fundraising
  • Employee Volunteering
  • Pro-bono support (legal, accounting, marketing, office space)
  • Charity of the Year schemes
  • Payroll Giving


To become a partner, please get in touch