Corporate partnerships

Partnerships with businesses help keep families together as they navigate the challenges of the criminal justice system.
Support Us At Work

We work with our corporate supporters to establish purpose-driven partnerships to reach some of England and Wales's most vulnerable children and young people. As a corporate partner, your dedicated Pact account manager will work with you to maximise our collective impact. We can support you in engaging in unique skills-based volunteering programs within prisons, participating in exciting events such as our prison fitness challenge, and more!

If your company wants to hear more about how you can support Pact, please get in touch.

Our corporate supporters

We are hugely grateful to all our current and past supporters whose commitment has been pivotal in facilitating genuine change for children impacted by the criminal justice system. Thank you for your invaluable support.

our current corporate partners

  • Blackrock
  • Clifford Chance
  • CCLA Investment Management
  • Matrix Chamber
  • Voluntary Solidarity Fund
  • Unilink
  • Sony Music UK
Meet Our Supporters Corporate
Sony Music UK Social Justice Fund

Sony Music UK Social Justice Fund

Sony Music UK's Social Justice Fund has partnered with Pact for three years to fund our Family Forums project in the East Midlands. This major initiative spans three prisons and will support hundreds of prisoners' families in staying in touch with their loved ones inside.

Thanks to Sony's funding, families of prisoners will convene with senior prison staff in special Family Forums at HMPs Ranby, Gartree, and Leicester. These forums serve as platforms for family members to voice their perspectives, contributing to efforts aimed at facilitating easier visitations for families and their children. Government statistics underscore the significance of maintaining familial ties, revealing a 39% decrease in reoffending rates among people who stay connected with their families and loved ones during their time in prison.

The project, which recognises the pivotal role of family bonds in helping prisoners reintegrate post-release, will collaborate with community organisations, including schools, social services, and court teams. By creating connections between families and service providers, the project seeks to provide a comprehensive understanding of the impact of imprisonment on children and young people,

Through this multifaceted approach, the project endeavours to smooth the challenging transition post-release, ultimately aiding individuals in securing housing, employment, and a positive pathway toward successful reintegration into society.

Charlotte Edgeworth, Director of Diversity, Inclusion and Social Impact of Sony Music UK, said: "We're delighted to be supporting the expansion of Pact's Families' Forums programme to three new prisons in the Midlands. Criminal justice reform and rehabilitation is a core pillar of the Social Justice Fund, and we're pleased to be working with Pact in this space to help make positive changes for those affected by the criminal justice system in the UK."

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Payroll giving

Your employer might offer a Payroll Giving Scheme: a tax-efficient way to give, allowing you to give straight from your salary or pension before tax is deducted from your income.

The tax relief you get depends on the rate of tax you pay. To donate £1, you pay:

  • 80p if you’re a basic rate taxpayer.
  • 60p if you’re a higher rate taxpayer.
  • 55p if you’re an additional rate taxpayer.

To enroll in a Payroll Giving Scheme, please speak to your employer.