Corporate and Small Businesses

However big or small your company is, by volunteering your time, or fundraising for Honeypot, you can make a very real difference to the lives of the children we support. Whether your team want to organise staff cake sales, or climb Kilimanjaro, we’ll be with you every step of the way.

With staff based at our head office in London and regional office in Hampshire, we can provide support, resources and inspiration to engage your staff with our mission and help them get motivated to make a real contribution to our work – both financial and practical.

A partnership with Honeypot can involve a broad range of events and volunteering opportunities, making sure that the partnership is mutually successful.

Please contact our Corporate Partnerships Manager, Carla Rivero, if you would like to register your interest and receive a corporate fundraising pack.

Some of our Corporate Partners, past and present, are listed below: 

Momentum Worldwide

Momentum Worldwide has not just chosen Honeypot as their charity of the year, but we hope for a number of years thereafter.

An integrated marketing communications agency specialising in ‘Total Brand Experience’, Momentum London is one of more than 40 offices worldwide and a key member of the Interpublic Group of companies (IPG). In choosing to support and partner with Honeypot, Momentum will be able to help us in a wide range of activity, from fundraising to challenger events, and from design to marketing strategy.

A key factor in choosing Honeypot was the help and support Momentum can give us from their Manchester office, particularly now that Honeypot has opened its House in Wales.

This is such an exciting opportunity for Honeypot, and we send huge thanks to Luke D’Arcy and his team at Momentum!

The England Footballers Foundation

The EFF supported us from 2015/2016 to help break down the stigma of being a young carer and to highlight the amount of responsibility that these children face on a daily basis. It is hoped that the partnership will help to raise awareness of the charity reaching more families in need of support.

Gary Cahill spent time at Honeypot House, meeting eight-year-old James, who is a huge England fan. James cares for his older brother Terrence who has Autism and ADHD, which means James is often responsible for watching Terrence play, helping him go to the toilet and keeping him safe when his mum needs a rest.

Gary Cahill said: “The lads looked at many incredible charities. Honeypot really stood out because of the vital work they do to help vulnerable youngsters like James who often miss out on their own childhood. Honeypot provides breaks and support throughout the year which is so important.”

Andros Townsend and Harry Kane also spent time with 10 year old Charlie, who is the primary carer for her mum and five year old sister.

Harry Kane said: “Meeting Charlie has really helped me understand why Honeypot is so vital. There are children as young as five who are the main carer for their parent or sibling and that’s shocking. Without them many of these children would have no support at all; it’s why the squad want to do as much as we can to help.”

John Lewis

We are delighted to have worked with John Lewis Partnership, who supported us from Sept 2014 to Sept 2016. The Partners from Group and Partnership Services in London took part in various fundraising events and activities, organised bake sales, a Santa Run, the London Marathon, and 30 cyclists did a sponsored 300 mile ride from London to Liege. John Lewis Partnership raised an amazing £50,000 over the period of our partnership and we are incredibly grateful for their support.

Nationwide Building Society

Nationwide have taken us on as Charity of the Year for their regional branches, in total we have 8 branches supporting us across Dorset and Hampshire including Ringwood, Fordingbridge, Salisbury and Andover. Each branch are going to do their own fundraising for Honeypot, this is the first time the branches have been able to choose a charity to support so the staff are very excited about being involved. We can’t wait to see what they get up to!

The Works Staffing Solutions

We would like to give a warm welcome to The Works Staffing Solutions in Southampton who have taken us on as charity of the year and kicked off their fundraising by making a very generous donation to Honeypot! We’re very excited about working with them over the coming year.

Foremost Wines

Honeypot is delighted to be working with Foremost Wines to support our fundraising efforts. Foremost Wines not only offer excellent wines that you’ll rarely find elsewhere but also actively support charities like us through its donation scheme – 50p of every bottle of Foremost Wine sold goes to good causes.

Morleys Stores

Morleys Stores Ltd have been fantastic supporters of Honeypot since 2013, and have raised over £20,000 to date, by holding various fundraising initiatives and events in their stores. They also as help us by raising awareness of our work in in their local communities.

Bristow Helicopters

We were thrilled to be chosen as one of Bristow Helicopters charities this year. The Honeypot Children’s Charity was up against 3 other charities in the local office, and was finally chosen as the charity of their choice. They are donating a staggering total of £58,285 in honour of their CEO, Bill Chiles, who retired this year. Many thanks to all involved!

Computershare Voucher Services

CVS have been wonderful supporters of Honeypot since 2011 and have been involved with fundraising and voluntary activities such as hosting our Playbus at a staff fundraising day and sending teams of volunteers to the house to assist with spring cleaning duties. In addition to this, every two years CVS sponsor six children through the Honeypot journey.


Paperchase is a market leader in innovative, design-led stationery, greeting cards and gift wrap. Paperchase supports Honeypot by donating a percentage of their sales through a selection of their Christmas cards. This partnership has continued for a number of years and we are very happy to benefit from their fantastic card designs every festive season. If you are looking for contemporary Christmas cards that support Honeypot, just keep an eye out in your local Paperchase store for the latest season’s designs.

Sarasin & Partners LLP

Sarasin are a financial investments company who have supported Honeypot since 2013. They have raised over £20,000 for Honeypot, through fundraising events such as staff participating in a hula hoop dance routine on the steps of St Paul’s Cathedral, auctions, raffles, and cake sales. Sarasin have been a great support to Honeypot and we can’t wait to hear what fundraising event they’re planning next!

The October Club

Honeypot are delighted to have been chosen as The October Club’s charity partner for 2015. The October Club was established in 1987, moved by the plight of Leukemia sufferers, a few City workers decided to hold a fundraising dinner at The Savoy. This proved so successful that they decided it should become an annual event every October – hence The October Club. For over 28 years the committee have chosen a charity for which the funds raised will prove transformational. They have now raised just under £10 million with substantial benefits to the charities they have supported. It is their goal to help innovative fledgling charities achieve that next level.

The October Club hold two fundraising events; one at Ascot in July and the Dinner in October, which is attended by approximately 400 largely City-based individuals.

With their donation of £600,000, they have contributed hugely towards our new Honeypot House in Wales, Honeypot Pen y Bryn.


We are pleased to announce that we have partnered with the online fundraising platform, Savoo.

Savoo is a free online fundraising platform that uses web searches to donate to UK charities.

Savoo’s high quality search engine features thousands of deals and voucher codes from top retailers. What’s more, when you use your codes, Savoo will give up to 50 per cent of its commission to us; like cash back, but for charities!

At no cost to you, you can save money and make a difference to young carers and vulnerable children aged 5-12 years old! Sign up to Savoo now.

Southern Water

Southern Water has pledged £10,000 to help support Honeypot House, Hampshire.

The water company recently announced it will be offering four annual regional grants to charities across Sussex, Hampshire, Isle of Wight and Kent. The money funds a specific project that can be completed within a year. The regional charities were chosen by Southern Water employees, who will also be working with the charities to provide additional fundraising and volunteering.

The chosen charity for the Hampshire area is The Honeypot Children’s Charity, and Southern Water will be refurbishing a lake and bridge.

Singing Experience

Singing Experience recording studios in Manchester have kindly supported Honeypot by donating exciting recording studio experiences as auction prizes for our Annual Festive Dinner in Chester, to help fundraise for our activities for children from the North West, the West Midlands and Wales with breaks to our respite home in mid-Wales, Honeypot Pen y Bryn.