“Partnering with the Churchill Fellowship gave us access to international insights and provided new models for progressing our goals.” - David Sanderson, Chief Executive, The Rank Foundation
We are delighted to thank our many partners, who have ranged from charitable trusts to national agencies to major donors. The most recent are described below.
If you would like to receive our partnership brochure or discuss becoming a partner, please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7799 1660.
Video: Our partnership with the Burdett Trust for Nursing
Arts & culture
The British Council's Architecture, Design, Fashion (ADF) department creates links between designers and cultural institutions around the world, through a diverse range of projects across the three disciplines. Our partnership enables Design Fellows to apply to ADF for a follow up grant to further the outcomes of their Churchill Fellowship.
Community & citizenship
Our migration programme of Fellowships seeks projects focused on strengthening cohesion and communications, tackling isolation and supporting community engagements, and is supported by The Linbury Trust. The Linbury Trust makes grants to organisations and towards causes across a broad range of categories, including the arts, education, environment and heritage, medicine and social welfare.
The Prince’s Countryside Fund was established by HRH The Prince of Wales in 2010 and aims to enhance the prospects of family farm businesses and the quality of rural life. They believe that the British countryside is our most valuable natural asset and its contribution to our everyday life cannot be underestimated. The Prince's Countryside Fund ensures the ideas and recommendations from the Fellowships reach policy makers and other relevant groups and individuals.
Economy and enterprise
Between 2012 & 2014, we jointly funded, with The Rank Foundation, 60 Fellowships for people working or volunteering in all aspects of community development. The findings of this cohort of Fellows are drawn together in a report entitled Building better communities through global learning, which was launched in June 2016.
The 2019 Fellowships in education are being supported by The Mercers Charitable Foundation, one of The Mercers’ Company’s associated charities. The Mercers have a rich history of philanthropy in relation to young people and education.
Environment & resources
The Frank Jackson Foundation jointly funds two Fellowships annually to promote Environmental education and public awareness of Environmental issues.
Health & wellbeing
Our partnership with the Burdett Trust for Nursing jointly funds 10 Fellowships in Nursing and Allied Health Professions each year. The Burdett Trust makes grants in support of nurse-led projects, using its funds to empower nurses and make significant improvements to the patient care environment.
FoNS Centre for Nursing Innovation has an excellent reputation at the forefront of nursing and operates UK wide and across all healthcare settings. FoNS is dedicated to working with nurses and healthcare teams to develop and share innovative ways of improving practice. Our partnership with FoNS helps ensure Fellows' findings are disseminated and implemented appropriately.
Marie Curie is the UK’s leading charity for people with any terminal illness. The charity helps people living with a terminal illness and their families make the most of the time they have together by delivering expert hands-on care, emotional support, research and guidance. Marie Curie employs more than 2,700 nurses, doctors and other healthcare professionals, and with its nine hospices around the UK, is the largest provider of hospice beds outside the NHS.
Mental Health Foundation
The Mental Health Foundation believes that with the right support and guidance millions of people can avoid developing mental health problems - with enormous benefits to them, their families, friends, communities and the nation as a whole. The Mental Health Foundation is supporting Fellows with advice, and ensuring the lessons learnt are shared with policy makers and other relevant groups and individuals.
The RCN represents nurses and nursing, promotes excellence in practice and shapes health policies. Through our partnership, the RCN help us disseminate best nursing practice and lessons learnt through the Fellowships.
The Samaritans’ vision is that fewer people die by suicide. They believe it is preventable and that by working together people can get the support they need, when they need it. With more than 20,000 trained volunteers and 201 branches, across the UK and Republic of Ireland, Samaritans provide a unique 24 hour listening service, work in communities and undertake a wide programme of research and policy influencing. Through this partnership, Samaritans will provide advice and support, and help promote and disseminate findings from Fellows to influence policy and practice.