Why partner with us?
Your business has the power to achieve something amazing. Together, we can empower women and girls around the world, and develop a genuine partnership based on trust, collaboration and impact. At WONDER, we recognise the power of partnerships with the private sector and work closely with each partner, to create great collaborations.
Interested in getting involved?
There are many different ways that your company can partner with WONDER Foundation. Please have a look at some ideas below and get in touch to discuss your ideas with our fundraising team:
Contribute to our work with a corporate donation or with a percentage of your sales.
Help us raise awareness of our work, while reaching new audiences.
Rally your employees to fundraise and help spread the word about what we do.
Fundraising or volunteering will boost your staff’s involvement in the partnership, bringing people together while transforming the lives of women and girls across the world. As a business you will be supported by our amazing fundraising team with plenty of opportunity to make a difference!
Our Corporate Partners
David & Charles
David & Charles publishers have been donating a percentage of their book sales since 2020.
In 2019 Electroneum set up an ETN mining reward system for us. Each month we receive funds used to support women and girls to get access to education.
Since 2016 Romulo Café has raised an extraordinary amount for us through their restaurant, which go to support women in the Philippines.
Since 2018 Soul Cap is supporting us by donating a percentage of all their sales towards our educational programmes.
QueenMee Accessories donates 5% of all income to help empower women and girls through education around the world.
Sunday in Brooklyn
The Sunday in Brooklyn restaurant in Notting Hill has partnered with WONDER to donate a percentage of their revenue to support and grow our projects.
In 2021, Turing Foundation are supporting our project to train 40 women as nurses at ISSI, and develop a pioneering platform to provide online training for nurses across DRC.
The Wardrobe Workshop collaborated with us for International Women’s Day by donating 5% of profits made on the day in their pop-up shop.
Want to learn more?
If you’re interested in getting your brand involved, please get in touch.