Get Connected is very grateful for its support from the grant-giving charitable trusts listed below, and those who wished to remain anonymous.
If you represent a trust and would like more information about supporting Get Connected’s work helping young people, please contact Nancy O’Brien at firstname.lastname@example.org
You may also want to read our 2013/14 Annual Review and Accounts.
The Adobe Foundation has supported the promotion and monitoring of our new app, putting instant help in the hands of young people on the move.
Baron Davenport’s Charity
Baron Davenport’s Charity has been supporting the development of Get Connected’s core activities over the last two years.
Big Lottery Fund – Awards for All
The Big Lottery Fund has supported our outreach projects, helping Get Connected engage as many young people as possible.
CHK Charities Limited
CHK Charities Limited has funded Get Connected’s work for the last two years, allowing us to ensure young people get the help they need.
Durham Constabulary has once again supported Get Connected’s core activities, so that we can support more vulnerable young people.
The E D Charitable Trust
Get Connected’s core activities have been supported by The E D Charitable Trust once again, making sure that we can support young people in need.
Get Connected has been awarded
a grant from the Nesta Innovation Fund, part of the Cabinet Office Centre for Social Action, to expand our volunteer base across the country through a remote volunteering pilot.
Nominet Trust has generously sponsored the further development of Get Connected’s new app, allowing young people to access support instantly, wherever they are.
The Payne-Gallwey Charitable Trust (PGCT)
The Payne-Gallwey Charitable Trust has contributed to the crucial work we do here at Get Connected.
SEM Charitable Trust
Get Connected’s core activities have once again been sponsored by the SEM Charitable Trust, so that we can connect with many more young people needing support.
The Abba Charitable Trust
The Abba Charitable Trust has supported Get Connected’s work, so that we can respond to any young person in need of help.
The Austin and Hope Pilkington Trust
Get Connected’s outreach and engagement projects have been supported by The Austin and Hope Pilkington Trust, allowing us to reach out to even more young people in need.
The Derrill Allatt Foundation
The Derrill Allatt Foundation has contributed to our volunteer development programme, allowing us expand and train our team of committed helpline volunteers.
The Fulmer Charitable Trust
Get Connected’s crucial work has been supported by The Fulmer Charitable Trust, ensuring that we can support any young person in need.
John Ellerman Foundation
The John Ellerman Foundation has generously been supporting Get Connected to develop and train our team of helpline volunteers, so that we can respond any young person reaching out for help.
The Taylor Family Foundation
Our outreach programme has been generously supported by The Taylor Family Foundation, ensuring that Get Connected can engage with even more young people.
W E Dunn Charitable Trust
The W E Dunn Charitable Trust has been supporting Get Connected’s core activities for the last two years, allowing us to be the home of help for all young people in need of support.