Small Charity Week Partners & Sponsors

Small Charity Week could not be delivered without sponsors and partners who enable us to provide free initiatives for the small charity sector during the week.

If you are interested in getting involved, please contact us on

Small Charity Week Sponsors

Small Charity Week Headline Sponsor

We’re proud to support Small Charity Week 2020.

In this challenging year, there are ways to ensure your charity can carry on supporting its beneficiaries. Now and in the future.

We can provide:

  • Actions to survive
  • Tools to adapt
  • Strategies to thrive

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Small Charity Week Digital Sponsor


PolicyBee is an independent, online insurance broker. We specialise in helping small charities and community groups get the cover they need, quickly and easily – from just £7 a month.

We know that buying insurance needn’t be confusing or time-consuming. That’s why we don’t do jargon. It’s also why our website lets you buy swiftly and smoothly in just a few clicks.

We’re a friendly bunch too, so if you prefer to speak to a real human, give us a ring. You won’t find any call centres or phone menus here – just clued-up experts offering no-nonsense advice.

Plus, we’re not only about insurance. We like to help in other ways too, so you might want to take a look at our Help Hub. It’ll point you to all sorts of essential information and resources to help you run your charity or not-for-profit.

For a quote, visit or give us a ring on 0345 222 5381

Small Charity Week Partners

The Foundation for Social Improvement

Small Charity Week is brought to you by the FSI, a charity supporting the UK’s vibrant small charity sector with free training, advocacy and support programmes aimed at building sustainability and knowledge-sharing.

Charities with a turnover under £1.5 million can access free capacity-building services which include training courses on 20 core topics, back office skills and fundraising conferences, advice clinics, awareness and policy campaigns.

To sign up to the FSI’s free community or for further information see


NCVO champions the voluntary sector and volunteering because they’re essential for a better society. Each day, millions of people make a difference through voluntary organisations and volunteering. NCVO’s vision is a society where we can all make a difference to the causes that we believe in.

With over 14,000 member organisations, NCVO helps them thrive by providing expert support and advice, by saving them time and money, and by keeping them up to date with the news that affects them.

The FSI are delighted to be strategic partners of NCVO as of October 2018. As part of the partnership, NCVO have extended their free membership threshold to FSI members with turnovers up to £50k. Join now.








Small Charities Coalition

Small Charities Coalition exists to make life easier for small charities.

Founded in 2008, they currently have over 9,000 UK-wide members and have made it their mission to provide them with relevant support and make their voices heard. Their services cover: training, a mentorship scheme, policy, promotion and a helpline, and with these available they look to create a well-connected and well-informed network. 97% of the 168,000 UK charities have an annual income of less than £1million. Small Charities Coalition looks to strengthen the ability and skills of this community, so they can support one another and create a stronger sector.

Lloyds Bank Foundation

Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales partners with small and local charities who help people overcome complex social issues. During 2019, the Foundation distributed £25.7 million through new and existing grants, supporting more than 900 charities which helped 150,000 people experiencing disadvantage.

Through long-term funding, developmental support and influencing policy and practice, the Foundation helps those charities make life-changing impact. The Foundation is an independent charitable trust funded by the profits of Lloyds Banking Group as part of their commitment to Helping Britain Prosper.

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