Our corporate
partners

Our corporate partners bring essential investment and expertise to our work, whether it’s through a partnership with a local school, funding a strategic project, promoting volunteering or pro bono support.

Our corporate partners

Our corporate partners bring essential investment and expertise to our work, whether it’s through a partnership with a local school, funding a strategic project, promoting volunteering or pro bono support.

“I believe programmes like The Access Project have a positive, confidence boosting impact on students. I would feel privileged to contribute towards such work to help and encourage student’s reach their goals.​”

Northern Trust volunteer tutor

Ways to get involved

There are a number of ways in which you can get involved:

  • Bespoke partnerships that meet your goals and deliver social impact
  • Employee volunteering opportunities that increase engagement and productivity
  • Partner with a school
  • Co-create a unique, strategic partnership.
Partner With The Access Project

Our corporate partners

The partnerships we forge at The Access Project mean we can help more young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to fulfill their full potential. We are grateful to our following partners for their current investment in our work.

Our current partners
  • Acadian Asset Management
  • Barclays
  • Bloomberg
  • CMS
  • Deloitte
  • KPMG
  • Linklaters
  • Loomis Sayles
  • Northern Trust
  • Net Natives
  • VoucherCodes (RetailMeNot)
  • Rothschild & Co
  • Slaughter and May

Partnership updates

Get in touch

If you would like to find out more about the benefits of partnering with us, send us a message and a member of the Partnerships team will be in touch with you soon.

    Contact information

    128 Aldersgate Street
    Barbican, London
    EC1A 4AE

    Unit 302B, JQ Modern
    120 Vyse Street
    Birmingham, B18 6NF

    020 4513 5999
    info@theaccessproject.org.uk

    Media enquiries:
    07767 100 581
    media@theaccessproject.org.uk

    The Access Project safeguarding line: 020 4513 5999 (available Monday - Friday 9am-5:30pm)

    NSPCC 24 hour line:
    0808 800 5000