Unfortunately, it’s often young people who suffer most during tough economic times
To raise awareness and vital funds we work with a range of business, foundations and other charities across the UK. Thank you to all of them!
PGL is the UK's leading provider of school trips and children's adventure holidays . Ambition has been working with PGL for the last two years, with PGL generously providing sponsorship and use of their outdoor centres for our regional meetings and national programmes, including our very successful girls and young women's weekend. They have also supported our 100 mile canoe test, which is celebrating its 51st year in 2013.
Find out more about the fantastic opportunities at PGL.
Your Image Ltd is a specialist provider of corporate clothing, promotional merchandise and safety wear. Along with regularly supplying Ambition with high-quality branded clothing to help our events really stand out and offering discounts to our members, they generously donated some brilliant branded umbrellas for our first charity golf day in 2013.
Ambition is working with The Lord's Taverners and England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) to deliver an indoor cricket project for young people aged 10-16. The aim is to increase participation in the sport. The ECB's support in coaching skills will be matched by equipment provided by The Lord's Taverners.
Lockton, the world's largest, privately owned, independent insurance brokers provides an exclusive insurance scheme to our members, but they also generously contribute through their corporate social responsibility programme to support our work.
Szerelmey, one of the UK's leading stonework & restoration companies, has generously helped through donations towards our young people's programmes.
As well as doing a great job in designing our new brand and creating this website, creative agency H18 have helped through event sponsorship, meaning we can really go that extra mile.
Kindred, a brilliant communication agency, not only worked with us on our previous brand but also generously provided pro bono media support through mentoring and advice.
Whether you are a small or large company, we have lots of ways you could get involved. With local and national projects throughout the UK, we can offer schemes that are suited to your company's needs.
Working with companies enables us to make a difference to young people's lives through raising funds and our profile.
Getting your staff involved, be it at a local youth club or project or helping out at regional and national events, is a great way to generate team spirit and build motivation.
We work with partner organisations, some who get involved through sponsorship of our programmes and event. Take a look at our exciting and wide-ranging programmes. We'd be really happy to talk to you about them in more detail. Email us at email@example.com.
Setting up a payroll giving scheme is simple - just contact your company payroll department and let them take care of everything else.
Companies working with us can also make a difference through direct donations, making gifts in kind, giving shares or by making us their charity of the year.
If you have any questions or want to discuss opportunities for corporate partnerships, please get in touch through firstname.lastname@example.org.
500 young women and girls involved in our dance programme
93% said their youth club was a safe place to go in their community
11k youth clubs and community projects in England