Thanks to the extraordinary generosity of our corporate partners, Samaritans can be there for anyone, 24 hours a day, every day of the year.
Our corporate partners
Through its Delay Repay scheme, Abellio is giving any passengers (delayed by 15 minutes or more) the opportunity to donate their compensation refund to Samaritans.
Bank of England
Mark Carney launched our year-long partnership with Bank of England on Brew Monday, Samaritans’ annual fundraising drive. As well as raising vital funds, the Bank also rolled-out our Wellbeing in the Workplace learning tools.
With Barclays' support, we're growing and expanding our emotional support services, throug ha range of new and existing programmes of work including digital and volunteering initiatives.
Our fundraising partnership with CALA Homes is supporting our vital work across the UK while strengthening employee mental health and wellbeing in the construction sector.
Prison officers, weapons engineers, job centre coaches and marine biologists are just some of the professions who've been encouraged to sign up to Samaritans' Wellbeing in the Workplace programme.
Coffee#1 aims to raise £100k over two years for Samaritans. We’re also training Coffee#1 employees to be more emotionally aware through a calendar of staff wellbeing workshops.
John Lewis & Partners
A team of John Lewis and Waitrose staff, known as Partners, spent ten weeks based in Samaritans shops, advising our volunteers on retail best practice.
Leeds Building Society
Thanks to our friends at Leeds Building Society, we transformed the IT infrastructure across our local branches so we can keep our life-saving helpline running 24/7.
Lord Mayor’s Appeal
Together with the Lord Mayor’s Appeal, we’ve created a ground-breaking workplace wellbeing initiative called Wellbeing in the Workplace, which is helping to create happier and healthier workplaces.
Since 2010, Samaritans has been working with Network Rail and the wider rail industry to prevent rail suicides and support those affected by them.
Pitcher & Piano
As part of a six-month long partnership, Pitcher & Piano has pledged to donate 30p to Samaritans for every ‘Hazelnut-chocolate filled mini doughnuts’ that is sold.
PwC chose Samaritans as one of its charity partners and staff raised a transformative £200,000. That’s enough to help us train another 500 volunteers a year.
Samaritans’ Charity of the Year partnership with retailer Scotmid Cooperative raised an incredible £315,000, helping us fund 63,000 calls for support.
Samaritans has joined forces with Three UK in a new three-year partnership launching with the Better Phone Friend campaign. The partnership will power connections, empower conversations and help more people access emotional support 24/7, 365 days a year.
Samaritans and Three have a shared belief in the life-changing power and possibility of human connection to make our lives better every day. Three UK is the official sponsor of Samarathon.
We’re incredibly proud of what we have achieved with Samaritans. The partnership exceeded all of our expectations. In just a year, Scotmid staff, members and customers raised enough money to fund over 63,000 calls for help, which have the potential to change, or even save someone’s life.
Scotmid President, Harry Cairney
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