Being The Story partners

  • Paul Hamlyn Foundation

    Paul Hamlyn Foundation was established by Paul Hamlyn in 1987. On his death in 2001, he left most of his estate to the Foundation, creating one of the largest independent grant-making foundations in the UK. Their mission is to help people overcome disadvantage and lack of opportunity, so that they can realise their potential and enjoy fulfilling and creative lives. They have a particular interest in supporting young people and a strong belief in the importance of the arts.
    Their Ideas and Pioneers Fund supports people with unusual or radical ideas to improve the life chances and opportunities of people in the UK.
    Paul Hamlyn Foundation has given £10,000 to the Being the Story spokespersons network pilot.

  • Lankelly Chase Foundation

    Lankelly Chase is an independent charitable foundation and their vision is of a society where people facing multiple disadvantages are able to lead rewarding lives, with healthy networks of support.

    Their aim is to create and contribute to a system that can adapt and is effective in responding to the interlocking nature of multiple disadvantages, such as homelessness, drug misuse, violence and abuse and mental ill health. They do this by building relationships across the system so that the learning from their work can ripple out.
    Lankelly Chase Foundation has given £10,000 to the Being the Story spokespersons network pilot.

  • Byline Festival

    Byline Festival is an international festival of free speech and independent media. Our Being the Story speakers will be taking the stage to share their stories and the importance of listening to the voices of those with lived experience.

  • Peer Power

    Peer Power is an empathy led social justice charity that works in partnership with children, teenagers and young adults who have experienced significant adversity, such as abuse, trauma, neglect and bereavement.  They work in partnership with these young people, and the agencies that are involved with their care, to aid recovery through empathy, stronger relationships, improving emotional health and wellbeing, and by working together to transform services for children. Peer Power have contributed some funding towards this pilot programme.

Crowdfunder supporters

Howard Lake, Kirsty Horgan, Dan Slee, Raphael, Ignition Brewery, Mandy Norman, Sufina Ahmed, Alexandra Goldstein, Laura Ashhurst, Dom Raban, Russell Benson, Andy Hiller, Gemma Pettman, Onjali Rauf, Helen Carpenter, Andy Meakin, Steph Taylor, Mandy Thomas, Bert and Linsey, Eveleen Habib, Karen and Jonah Gabbay, Fiona Anderson, Sarah Fitzgerald, Madeleine Sugden, Candice Woolfson, Mette Pedersen, Jessica Southgate, Ann Louise, Liz Skinner, Joe Habib, Michelle and Kim, Oliver Standing, Claudia, Lisa Jonas, Bernard Howard, Marina Cantacuzino, Andrea Kidd, Kirsty Marrins, Samantha Goldwater, Aletta, Bee Rowlatt, Gary Jacobs, Mia and Denzil, Paul Jordan, Mandy Norman, Tanya Freedman, Byorn and Martina, Ann Smith, Katharine Edwards, Mark Cook, Jane Myers, Julie Pybus, Alexandra Vernon, Joe Freeman, Karen Barsam, Wanda Polaszek, Becky Slack, Adrian Murphy, Sian Lockwood, Lizzie Standbook, Lee Sparey, Tamar and Sanjay, Ian Andrew, Sue Tibballs, Maryam Pasha. Michele Grant, Naomi Harris, Sophia Parke, Raff, Nick Booth, Fiona Hiscocks, Ken Wilson, Claire Sandham, Mel Smith, David Labi, Judy Hirsh Sampath, Juliet FitzPatrick, Micah Gold, Katie Duckworth, Julia Stebbing, Claire Colvine, Nicky and Richard Bloom, Judith Addleson, Ian Lush, Jo Broadwood, Alison Klarfeld, JR Schwarz, Dee, Jon, Mark Simms, Geetha Rabindrakumar, Juliet Simmons, Lucia das Neves, Postcode Films, Carol Hustler, Jameela Freitas, Lizzie Worth, Janet Thorne, Onjali Rauf, Melissa Smith, Hannah Jefferies , Susan Black and Angus Robertson, David McGlashan, Matthew Sherrington, David Wilcox, Gabs Lecoat, Mark Currie, Paul Baird, Pauline Roche

Become a partner

Our events regularly attract 250 delegates with a desire to change the world. They include charity CEOs and senior management, PR, communications and fundraising staff, plus influencers interested in the third sector.

Become a Being the Story partner to reach your target audience and raise awareness of your brand amongst an aware, committed and socially-driven audience.

As a part of Being the Story you can help provide a unique opportunity to bring people together who want to be changed and inspired by the stories they hear.

There are lots of opportunities to support Being the Story, from sponsoring the event itself to a particular speaker.

Find out how partnering with sounddelivery on our Being the Story programme of work could benefit your organisation by calling us on 0207 9936340.