Corporate Partnerships

Become a LDN London Partner

What are the Benefits of a Charity Partnership?

Helping your business to fulfil your ESG goals by supporting some of the capital’s most vulnerable people.

We would like your support as a partner. Through this, you can share your skills, learn and team-build, and fundraise to make London a more inclusive place for people with learning disabilities.

In turn, LDN London can support you to meet your Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) goals, and help you to make your workplace more inclusive for people with learning disabilities and who are neurodiverse. We provide our partners with opportunities for positive publicity about our work together across multiple events and communication channels.

There are a range of ways you can partner with us, from providing essential equipment, sponsoring a person with learning disabilities to do an apprenticeship, to backing some of our exciting fundraising events.

We understand that for many businesses the first way is through volunteering. We have several ways you can get involved and volunteer with us, take a look at some of the options below.

Contact Us about our Charity Partnerships

What Activities Can Business do to Support Our Charity?

Skills based Charity Volunteering Opportunities

Using your in-house skills and expertise, run a workshop at our Community Hub, a supportive place for people with learning disabilities to learn skills and socialise.You could help people to learn a skill around employment, budgeting or IT. We’d love for you to pick something you enjoy and are passionate about. In the past, we have had a storytelling workshop from a TV company and sessions about financial fraud. The most important thing is that we want people to connect and build relationships, helping people at The Hub to be less socially isolated.

Hands on Support Charity Volunteering Opportunities

Support our team to deliver one of our arts, fitness or social sessions at the Community Hub. This is a great way to get to know us and enables our team to lead new and innovative sessions where extra support is required.

Outside Charity volunteering opportunities

Help our Community Hub members to go to cultural events and activities in the community. We would love for some extra friendly faces to support more people with learning disabilities to travel and enjoy events in London.

It’s vital that people we support can get involved in what the city has to offer. Some memorable experiences recently have been a relaxed ‘after-hours’ visit to The British Museum, and classical music concerts at a local church.

Volunteer from Banijay supporting Hub member in storytelling workshop

Cheer Point Charity Volunteering Opportunities

When our supporters take up challenges – like Swim the Serpentine or the London Marathon to raise vital funds for our work – we want to ensure they are supported every step of the way.

Cheer point volunteers are stationed along the route with branded t-shirts to cheer and encourage our participants on their way.

Residential Charity Volunteering Opportunities

Many of our residential services welcome support with improving their gardens or refreshing walls and doors. These opportunities work with the service manager and sometimes people we support, to make a difference in a day.

Contact Emma to find out more
A group of garden volunteers from Takeda

“As a proud charity partner of LDN London, the 4C Group shares in LDN’s mission to empower those with learning disabilities to live fully realised lives. Our partnership stems from shared values of community building, integrity, collaboration and care - values we actively cultivate within our team and guest relations and strive to spread throughout our community.

Rayhon, 4C Group

LDN London and Maida Vale School work together to raise awareness and vital funds

Maida Vale School, a school based in West Kilburn, has been supporting LDN London for the past year. The enthusiastic students and staff have fundraised for LDN’s Community Hub and volunteered with us.

The school’s charity committee, made up of students, were keen to help and organised a successful non-uniform day, raising over £1500. In November 2023, parents planned a quiz night and raffle. Having found some amazing prizes and with generous purchases, they raised an incredible £7000 for our Community Hub.

In turn, LDN London has educated staff and students about learning disabilities. Laurence Swan, LDN London’s Community Engagement Manager, has spoken at school assemblies and given his insights into what life is like for people with learning disabilities, based on his many years of supporting people in their homes and the community.

LDN has also provided students with the chance to volunteer for their Duke of Edinburgh Awards at LDN’s Community Hub with our members. This has been a rich experience for students and people LDN supports. Students planned art sessions and helped at The Hub for 6 weeks, getting to know people we support, developing their organisational skills, and learning firsthand about what it means to have a learning disability. This collaboration has helped us in our main aim for The Hub of reducing social isolation for people with learning disabilities.

Millie Pocock, an English teacher and the Charity Coordinator at Maida Vale School, is the person who spearheaded the school’s support for LDN London. Millie commented: “LDN’s work is so valuable but is so often forgotten by people who aren’t personally affected. I think it is invaluable to shine a light on it at Maida Vale School.”

A student in Year 9, said: “I am looking forward to knowing more about the lives of adults with learning disabilities, and how we can help them!”

Thank you to Millie and all the students for your support!

Please get in touch and we can send you our corporate support pack which has a variety of packages of different levels of support and ideas.

Emma Russell our Fundraising and Marketing Manager

020 8968 7376