Partnering with Samaritans

Partnering with Samaritans

Samaritans partners with organisations that provide vital funding and support, so we can be there for anyone struggling to cope. In return, we offer opportunities to motivate staff and the tools to build happier, healthier and more productive workplaces. Read about our work with Leeds Building Society, Network Rail and John Lewis.

We have built strong and mutually-beneficial relationships with many corporate partners across several sectors including transport services, financial institutions, universities, local authorities and emergency services. Meet our partners here.

There are many ways your company can support our work and make a difference to millions of vulnerable people. Find out more below or contact our corporate partnerships team.

Fundraising and volunteering

We offer a range of unique opportunities for your staff to get involved in our work. Our team will work with you to develop fundraising and volunteering opportunities that suit your business and inspire your employees.

Corporate donations

A gift from your company can help us to respond to the millions of calls for help from vulnerable people we receive each year. Our vital work wouldn’t be possible without the generosity of our corporate partners.

Strategic partnerships

Our innovative partnerships offer business benefits and make a real difference to peoples’ lives. From suicide prevention strategies to workplace mental wellbeing, we’ll work with you to develop bespoke solutions.

Workplace training

We have delivered impactful training to many organisations, supporting them to best manage their vulnerable customers and to improve staff’s resilience and wellbeing.

Wellbeing in the City

Wellbeing in the City is our online resource which brings Samaritans’ skills into the workplace. It gives employees the skills and courage to intervene, actively listen and manage difficult conversations.

The rail industry

Since 2010, Samaritans has been working with Network Rail and the wider rail industry to prevent rail suicides and support those affected by them.