Partnerships

Partnerships

Introduction

We welcome partnerships that can amplify our Fellowships through funding, expertise or influence, while also progressing the partner’s goals.

Our recent partners have ranged from national agencies to respected charities, to individual philanthropists.

They are united by a sense that they are backing individual talent and national potential - that the Fellows are extraordinary people whose commitment and expertise will make a practical difference in every sphere of UK life.

Sarah Bates (CF 2018) was supported by our partnership with the Mental Health Foundation to explore national frameworks for suicide supportDownload image

Tailored partnerships

Each of our partnerships is developed in collaboration with the partner. Here is what we have developed so far:

  • Funding partners jointly fund Fellowships with us and help us to attract applicants through their strong presence in a particular field. This presence also enables Fellows to impact their sectors effectively.
  • Knowledge partners are non-financial supporters who bring a wealth of sector expertise, enabling us to reach potential applicants. They also provide a platform from which Fellows can disseminate their findings and recommendations.
  • Funders are usually trusts and foundations that provide financial support to a category of Fellowships whose subject particularly interests them.

Leverage and growth

The Fellowships offer a model of relatively low-cost investment into individuals and impacts that will grow over decades. Fellows make change happen, locally and nationally, immediately and for the long term, during many years of personal and professional achievement.

If you would like to discuss becoming a partner, please contact Christopher Mann on chris.mann@churchillfellowship.org or 07958 664619.

Sarah Bates (CF 2018) was supported by our partnership with the Mental Health Foundation to explore national frameworks for suicide supportDownload image

Tailored partnerships

Each of our partnerships is developed in collaboration with the partner. Here is what we have developed so far:

  • Funding partners jointly fund Fellowships with us and help us to attract applicants through their strong presence in a particular field. This presence also enables Fellows to impact their sectors effectively.
  • Knowledge partners are non-financial supporters who bring a wealth of sector expertise, enabling us to reach potential applicants. They also provide a platform from which Fellows can disseminate their findings and recommendations.
  • Funders are usually trusts and foundations that provide financial support to a category of Fellowships whose subject particularly interests them.

Leverage and growth

The Fellowships offer a model of relatively low-cost investment into individuals and impacts that will grow over decades. Fellows make change happen, locally and nationally, immediately and for the long term, during many years of personal and professional achievement.

If you would like to discuss becoming a partner, please contact Christopher Mann on chris.mann@churchillfellowship.org or 07958 664619.