Partnerships with companies are vital to Scope's mission to ensure disabled people have the same opportunities as everyone else.
We work with businesses to make company culture, jobs, products and services more inclusive for disabled people.
Scope relies entirely on voluntary funding. We don't get any money from the government. Corporate partnerships make a vital contribution to the £14 million we need each year for our work in support of our mission, vision and values.
Benefits for corporate partners
We offer corporate partners a tailor-made package of benefits including:
- Brand positioning as a leader in diversity, inclusion and supporting vulnerable people.
- Support to become an inclusive employer and create a workforce that's as diverse as your customers.
- Help to develop inclusive products and services to tap into the spending power of the disabled community.
- Sponsorship of specific campaigns and products.
- Employee volunteering opportunities.
- Commercial opportunities like shared marketing.
We are very grateful for the support of our current corporate partners:
Scope can partner with you to help you make your workplace more inclusive of disabled people, by improving accessibility and changing perceptions of disabled people at work.
Charitable trusts and foundations
Scope also partners with charitable trusts and foundations on projects that help create a world where all disabled people enjoy equality and fairness.
People's Health Trust community engagement project
Scope has partnered with UnLtd to launch our Transforming Employment for Disabled People project. Which aims to help improve access to employment and close the disability employment gap. The project has created Thrive.
Thrive is our new social accelerator, offering ambitious social ventures six-months of intensive support. Thrive is open to businesses who are working to improve access to employment and have the potential to grow.
About the Thrive programme