Partners

Our Funders

Spirit of 2012 is the London 2012 legacy fund. Spirit awards grants for inclusive arts, sports and volunteering activities in communities that bring people together to improve their wellbeing and recreate the spirit of pride, positivity and community that inspired people across the UK during the London 2012 Games.
The Esmée Fairbairn Foundation aims to improve our natural world, secure a fairer future and strengthen the bonds in communities in the UK.

   

 

 

Our Partners

 

 

The Naz Legacy Foundation promotes excellence in education and positive integration into British Society through supporting key initiatives and charities within these sectors.

Counterpoints Arts is a leading national organisation in the field of arts, migration and cultural change. It supports and produces the arts by and about migrants and refugees, seeking to ensure that their contributions are recognised and welcomed. Counterpoints Arts coordinates Refugee Week in the UK.

 

 

Refugee Week is an annual festival celebrating the contributions, creativity and resilience of refugees and people seeking safety. Everyone is invited to get involved by holding their own event or activity, 14-20 June. 

 

Together TV is the leading broadcaster for social change. They run a national TV channel and digital platform which help people find inspiration to do good in their lives and communities. 

Britain Talks plans to bring the nation back together over a virtual cup of tea by connecting people who wouldn't normally meet for conversations across the UK.

Leonard Cheshire is a major health and welfare charity working to reduce the barriers to independent living, learning and working that people with disabilities face around the world.
Mental Health Collective's #KindnessByPost project is the UK's leading random acts of kindness exchange. It is like a great big secret santa for random acts of kindness. Members of the public sign up to send a card or letter with a message of goodwill, and are allocated a person to send a card or letter to them.
The Marmalade Trust aims to create a society where people freely acknowledge that loneliness can exist, and will actively support those experiencing it to increase their social contact and make new friendships.
We work with Facebook to reach new audiences. Inspired by the inventive ways that people found to connect virtually, we partnered with Facebook to launch the Great Get Together Facebook Community Grants Scheme.

 

Bankside Open Spaces Trust is an environmental and volunteering charity. They were set up in 2000 with the aim of improving people’s health and wellbeing by making where they live and work greener and more beautiful. They manage and maintain open spaces and have hosted multiple Great Get Together events.

 

The Royal British Legion is a charity providing financial, social and emotional support to members and veterans of the British Armed Forces, their families and dependants. They have partnered with the Great Get Together to host events supporting Armed Forces communities with issues including loneliness and social isolation.

 

 

SocialEyes is a brand-new virtual venue launched to provide some much-needed quality entertainment from top-names to enjoy with friends and family at home – in whatever country they may be in.

   

Download our Toolkit for Partners, and help your organisation spread the word about The Great Get Together.

If you’re interested in partnership opportunities, get in touch.


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