How your business can help
Partnering with businesses is crucial for us to make a bigger impact on society. As a corporate partner, the DofE can help you to boost your social impact; attract and develop diverse talent; inspire and engage your employees; and much more. In return for a donation to our Charity, we also support businesses to deliver the DofE to their young people (14-24 years old).
By delivering the DofE, businesses make a big impact on their workforce, helping young employees like Becks Sanchez at British Gas develop the soft skills that lead to success in the workplace.
Our partnerships are not about ticking boxes, they are about making a real, long-term difference to your business and employees. Join other passionate businesses from a broad range of sectors and see how you can make a real impact; not only on young lives, but on the future of the UK. Click below to get in touch with Caroline Glen, our Head of Partnerships. (If you wish to be an Approved Activity Provider please go here.)
Individuals: Imagine helping a vulnerable young person like Raphael to overcome the barriers they face, get a job and find their thirst for life. We’d love to talk to you about making a gift. Please do get in touch on [email protected] to find out more about the ways you can connect and support our work or click below to make a donation today.
Partnerships: Our partnerships are not about ticking boxes, they are about making a real, long-term difference to your business and employees. Join other passionate businesses from a broad range of sectors and see how you can make a real impact; not only on young lives, but on the future of the UK.
If you would like to find out more about how you could join our family of supporters, please do get in contact on [email protected]
Read young people's DofE stories
Amey has supported apprentices to achieve their DofE Awards since 2011 and, in that time, we’ve seen it have a real impact on the young people we work with. Our young people are encouraged to push themselves outside of their comfort zones when doing their DofE and the skills that they develop can be life-changing.
Andy Milner, Chief Executive Officer, Amey