Corporate Partners and Patrons

Create a lasting impact and become a corporate supporter or patron

Our partnerships offer the chance to demonstrate your values and commitment to your staff and stakeholders, and to develop unique staff engagement opportunities.

We provide training and support to thousands of aid workers, agencies, local communities and governmental actors, helping to build the capacity of the humanitarian sector. Your support could make a huge impact and reach hundreds of people.

Find out more about how your organisation can support RedR UK by becoming a Patron, Corporate Partner or sponsor. 

You can also contact us directly to find out more about how a relationship with RedR UK can benefit your firm and your staff.

Create a lasting impact and become a corporate supporter or patron

MMC partners with charities whose focus complements our own, helping us make a positive contribution to the communities in which we live and work. We have long supported organisations in the education and healthcare sectors, and with RedR UK we can now help to deliver support for those caught up in catastrophe – something we know our colleagues care deeply about.

Mark Drummond Brady, Deputy Group CEO, MMC

MMC have been a Patron since September 2016, supporting us with funds, fundraising and in-kind support.

Thank you to our supporters

Our corporate supporters and patrons help us to empower aid workers, organisations and local communities across the globe. We would like to thank each and every one of them for their contribution to our work.


Corporate Partners

Gold Corporate Partners
Our Gold Corporate Partners are organisations that have made a significant financial contribution to our work.

Corporate and Professional Institution Partners
Our partners in this category support RedR UK with funds, fundraising and in kind donations. We are grateful to all our partners who have supported us over the past year:

I look forward to both our organisations working together to ensure that IET members around the world play a central role in the challenges of helping communities recover from disasters, including rebuilding of water, power and telecoms infrastructures.

Nigel Fine

Chief Executive, Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET)