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In 2016 Wonder supported 2000 women and girls. A partnership with your business would help even more women and girls access the education they need to thrive. 

Does your business work in hospitality, medical or education sectors? Or do you just want to support a good cause? Here's your chance to work with us. 

What does this mean in practice?

  • You could fundraise for us as a part of your day-to-day business, for example, by donating a certain amount for each of a particular product sold. 

  • You could consider involving us in your corporate social responsibility programme, annual appeals or payroll giving.

  • We could work together on special offers, auction prizes, annual events and other one-off collaborations.

We've done everything from cake sales to concerts, so we’re also open to ideas! 

What do we offer?

In recognition of the huge value of our partners, we’re happy to support their efforts in the following ways:

  • Provide communications materials (for example, posters tracking the progress of your donations, sharing testimonies)
  • Feature partners in our communications (for example, social media, newsletter, blogs)

How can you move forward?

If you want to know more about how brand or business can support women and girls, get in touch

Case study: Romulo Cafe, London

Since 2016, Wonder and Kensington’s Romulo Café have worked together as official charity partners, uniting London’s finest Filipino food with Wonder’s support for young women’s education back in the Philippines. Customers have 50p added to their bill, which goes towards a scholarship for vocational training that will lead to secure employment in the hospitality sector. This small donation will enable those who love Filipino food and culture to give back, enabling disadvantaged students to get an excellent foothold in a professional industry, earning enough to transform their own and their families lives for good. 

 

Maria, a recent graduate of Wonder’s partner programme, explains what it meant to her: "It is because of my education that I now have a good job that allows me to earn well enough to help my family live better. I even help pay for the tuition fees of two of my siblings- both of whom are in high school.”