There are a variety of ways that companies can work with MyBnk and engage your staff in our work:
Ways YOU can help
Whether you fundraise, work with us on a cause-related marketing campaign, choose us as your charity of the year or make a grant towards our work, we would love to hear from you.
We are always keen to strengthen our existing relationships and develop new ones. MyBnk has a number exciting projects for which we are seeking support; from our core suite of evaluated programmes and the development of specialised delivery methodologies to extending our reach to new audiences, such as young employtees, those who are visually or hearing impaired, unaccompanied asylum seekers, young offenders and learners as young as five.
We offer many benefits to our valued corporate supporters. These can include:
We would welcome a conversation with you to explore how MyBnk could add value to your CSR priorities. Now is a great time to build your company’s profile and reputation through an association with MyBnk.
For all corporate enquiries please contact [email protected] or on 020 3581 9920.
Thank you to our current corporate partners, including J.P. Morgan, The Berkeley Foundation, Aberdeen Asset Management, Man Charitable Trust, Wellington Management UK Foundation, Twenty84, Octopus, City Bridge Trust and Kickstart Money. For a full list of our supporters please click here
"Working with MyBnk allows me to feel confident that social change is happening. We get to input into the little changes as well as the big ones and transform young people's lives for the better".
"Being here makes me wonder why there wasn't a programme like this at my school - it’s fun, interactive and memorable! Working here lets me be a part of an important change".
"Financial education is a vital part of the puzzle to see the next generation blossom and grow in this increasingly complex world. Education equals empowerment, simple".
“It is amazing to be part of an organisation driving change and supporting young people to develop the tools to fulfil their potential”.