Take ownership of a programme by partnering with us
Titled recognition allows you to take pride in your leadership role in enhancing educational opportunities and creating something truly transformative.
Your deeper level of engagement allows you to work directly with those directly delivering the programmes, and opens the door on extensive volunteering opportunities for your team.
Bespoke Solution Sustained and planned investment
We collaborate with likeminded Corporate Partners to achieve our shared goals.
Together we develop a bespoke solution so you can meet targeted corporate social responsibility goals.
We love ambitious ideas and courageous leadership and firmly believe that social change requires a team effort.
Why partner a programme? Education is the most powerful tool to help children reach their life goals
What is involved? If you are excited at the idea of a titled programme here are some guidelines to consider.
We ask for a commitment of between 2 and 5 years.
We ask that the agreed programme has a developmental aspect.
We ask for a minimum financial contribution of €20,000.
We ask that we collaborate on monitoring and evaluation.
We ask that we share stories and media opportunities.
How do I go about it?
Once you decide that a partner programme may be of interest to your organisation, we’d love to talk. We can discuss possible programmes, allocate you a basis.point champion, help you create a funding proposal and get you quickly up and running.
Some shining examples of Partner Programmes creating brighter futures together
Royal Bank of Canada partner with basis.point and ELI on the RBC Coding Club and introduce children from North Inner City to coding at an early age. The programme is run by RBC Volunteers and staff of ELI.
Duration: 3 years
Inspire kids to engage with STEM subjects
This programme aims to demystify STEM subjects by making learning fun. It supports young people to develop a positive set of attitudes, learning dispositions and skills in STEM subjects that would support them at both second and third level education.
Support the most vulnerable in society
Home visitors bring quality books and toys to families in temporary accomodation, encouraging and supporting parents in their role as their first and best teachers. As families transition from home to home, they bring with them their mobile learning environment.
Kennedy Wilson are committed to improving opportunities for the local community and partner with basis.point, ELI and Archways on two key education and mentoring programmes, the KW Think Big and KW Home from Home programmes.
Duration: 5 years
Building for the future
Two co-funding programmes focusing on early intervention and positive role modelling for extreemly vulnerable children. The Think Big programme encourages children with talents outside the standard curriculum to reach their potential.