Enterprise and innovation are at the heart of how WeSeeHope operates. These principles underlie the way we work with communities, equipping them to help the orphans in their midst. They are also the basis for how we started, with our 1010 Challenge back in 2000 . And they define the approach we take to our corporate partnerships.
We tailor personal and bespoke partnerships with our company supporters of all sizes across all sectors. We believe a charitable partnership should be mutually beneficial, enabling a company to make a sustainable impact on young lives in Africa while helping to deliver against key objectives in the areas of professional development, team-building, marketing and more.
We come to you with our hands full; let us tell you why. Contact Katherine at Katherine@WeSeeHope.org.uk, +44 (0) 203 651 1124.
SOME OF OUR CURRENT PARTNERS
A large company building a sense of organisational collaboration and developing enterprise skills while opening WeSeeHope up to a huge new network. Find out more >
A rapidly growing team uniting behind a common vision and building a corporate culture to be proud of. Find out more >
The Six Degrees team made a video about their visit to our projects in Malawi in 2014. Find out more >
A small travel company increasing brand loyalty and generating a steady stream of income for WeSeeHope by finding a genuine link with its product.
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A large international company utilising their business expertise to support both a local UK school and WeSeeHope beneficiaries in sub-Saharan Africa.
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THREE GREAT IDEAS FOR COMPANIES
THE 1010 CHALLENGE
The Social Entrepreneurs Project
Visiting our work in Africa
Amazing things happen when companies take on the 1010 Challenge. Two very different companies, Qlik and Red Door Communications, responded to this entrepreneurial challenge in innovative ways.
Launching the SEP in a local school could engage your employees and colleagues in using their skills to directly benefit and impact young lives, both in Africa and the local community. Click here for more >
Many of our corporate partners have sent employees to visit our projects in Africa. The impact in many cases has been no less than company-changing and life-changing. Have a watch of the account of just one of these trips here.