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Corporate Supporters Programme

The Big Issue Corporate Supporter Programme extends our mission by bringing together organisations that share our commitment to creating a more equal society and supporting those most in need. From affordable sponsorship and subscription packages that fund our core work, through to bespoke and tailored media partnerships, your organisation can play a vital role in supporting The Big Issue’s mission to dismantle poverty through creating opportunity, and help us to continue to support people who are amongst the most vulnerable in the UK.

What we do

Through the creation of genuinely impactful partnerships, we can work together to positively affect the lives of individuals and communities, raising the profile of the issues that matter whilst celebrating the solutions. However your organisation chooses to support The Big Issue, by working together we can extend our impact to help tackle the societal and environmental challenges of our time.

How your support can help

Our corporate subscription scheme offers work-based opportunities to people facing poverty. By becoming a partner, you enable us to offer this type of supported employment to vulnerable people, whilst demonstrating your business’ commitment to tackling poverty through receiving an award-winning magazine to your offices each week fulfilled by a vendor in the scheme.

I was really chuffed to have this chance, and it’s thanks to subscribers that I have this job. From being homeless and begging, to having a roof over my head and a regular income- The Big Issue has helped me all the way.

Mark

Get involved

Partner with us and you will align your organisation with one of the most well trusted brands in the UK, whilst demonstrating your firm commitment to a more equal society.

For the other partnership packages, please contact us at enquiries@bigissue.com

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