Corporate Involvement

If you are a business who cares about being age-friendly, we want to hear from you. There are a number of ways that the Beth Johnson Foundation and businesses can help each other out. Some of our programmes wouldn’t be possible without the generous support of corporate funders, but we’re not just asking for money – in fact, several of our services make direct financial and business sense for the organisations that fund them.

Here are some of the ways that corporate partners can get involved:

Training Programmes

We have a whole spectrum of training programmes available, which address everything from the health of older workers, to the integration of an intergenerational workforce, to positive attitudes to ageing in general. Older workers are a resource often overlooked, and offering specific training courses tailored to the challenges and questions faced in later life can uncover new business potential, as well as creating a more socially cohesive work environment.

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Corporate Social Responsibility

If you are simply looking for a good cause to donate time or money to, you’ve come to the right place. Our cancer and dementia advocacy programmes are always looking for volunteers and funding, and make a real difference to people who among society’s most vulnerable. Read more about our (CaSP)Cancer Support Programme, or our Dementia advocacy programme, DONATE HERE, or contact our Director of Policy and Engagement, for specific sponsorship opportunities, at lynne.wealleans@bjf.org.uk

Research Partners

We are full of future research ideas, and are always looking for new ones. If you’d like to sponsor some of our research-in-development, or partner with us to undertake a new research project, we’d love to hear from you. Contact our Director of Policy and Engagement at: lynne.wealleans@bjf.org.uk

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