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Working together to stop child sexual abuse online

We bring together people, companies, foundations, trusts and individuals, who share our passion for online child protection. We come together to talk and act with one voice, to fight for children online, to influence policy and to be part of the solution.

Learn about the various avenues for collaboration and see how, together, we can forge a future where children are protected from digital harm.

We can promise an exciting and engaging partnership tailored to your values, mission and objectives.

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How companies and organisations can partner with the IWF

Charitable trust and foundation partnerships

Seven brilliant reasons why you should partner with IWF

  1. Demonstrate your commitment to child safety online: By aligning with the IWF, your organisation showcases a strong commitment to the safety of children online. This partnership sends a powerful message to employees, clients, customers, trustees and board members that child safety is a fundamental aspect of your organisational mission.

  2. Meet CSR objectives and enhance brand reputation: Partnering with the IWF allows your organisation to meet Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) objectives, portraying itself as socially responsible. This collaboration enhances your brand reputation by actively contributing to the protection of children online, demonstrating a commitment to ethical practices.

  3. Dedicated partnership team support: Collaborate with one of the IWF's dedicated Partnership officers who, along with the Communications Team, provide comprehensive support. This ensures that your partnership with the IWF is well-supported and aligns seamlessly with your goals.

  4. Bespoke partnership monthly calendar: Receive a personalised partnership calendar featuring innovative and motivational fundraising ideas. This calendar helps engage colleagues by suggesting exciting monthly fundraising activities. Consider matching funds raised by your staff to amplify their efforts, fostering a sense of shared accomplishment.

  5. Marketing support for promotional activities: Leverage the expertise of the IWF's marketing team to support and enhance any promotional work related to your partnership. This collaboration ensures effective communication about the partnership, maximising its impact and visibility.

  6. Colleague involvement and charity committee development: The IWF will assist in establishing a charity committee within your organisation and identifying champions. This involvement encourages active participation from colleagues, fostering a sense of collective responsibility towards the cause.

  7. Support award-winning awareness campaigns: Engage with the IWF's award-winning awareness campaigns to actively contribute to the elimination of online child sexual abuse. Participating in these campaigns not only raises awareness but also grants your organisation recognition as a dedicated advocate for online safety.

If your organization is interested in becoming a partner, please reach out to the IWF Fundraising Team. They are available to address any questions, provide information, and engage in discussions. Contact them via email at [email protected] or by calling +44 (0)1223 20 30 30.

When a company, organisation or trust aligns with us, they are doing far more than just supporting our daily operations; they are publicly declaring their dedication to a safer internet for everyone and stopping online child sexual abuse - for good.

IWF in the News

How online predators use privacy apps. New podcast episode from the IWF

How online predators use privacy apps. New podcast episode from the IWF

In Converstaion with Tegan Insoll, Head of Research at Suojellaan Lapsia, and Dan Sexton, Chief Technology Officer at the IWF

15 February 2024 Blog
“Trailblazing” partnership takes aim at criminals profiting from child sexual abuse online

“Trailblazing” partnership takes aim at criminals profiting from child sexual abuse online

Criminals running commercial child sexual abuse ‘brands’ are taking advantage of a ‘loophole’ to remain online. This new partnership aims to shut them down for good.

7 February 2024 News
A sporting twist for a serious cause – working together to stop child sexual abuse online

A sporting twist for a serious cause – working together to stop child sexual abuse online

Pinsent Masons, a leading multinational law firm held the Move for a Safer Internet challenge to raise essential funds and awareness of IWF’s critical work.

6 February 2024 News
What did we learn from the US Senate hearing over online harms?

What did we learn from the US Senate hearing over online harms?

By Susie Hargreaves OBE, Internet Watch Foundation CEO

1 February 2024 Blog
Link management platform Rebrandly joins the IWF

Link management platform Rebrandly joins the IWF

Rebrandly, which provides a free URL Shortener Platform with custom domains to shorten a long link, joined the IWF as members in December 2023. 

18 January 2024 News
Under 10s groomed online ‘like never before’ as hotline discovers record amount of child sexual abuse

Under 10s groomed online ‘like never before’ as hotline discovers record amount of child sexual abuse

Against the worsening backdrop, the IWF warns moves like Meta’s decision to prevent the blocking of child sexual abuse imagery on Facebook’s Messenger service are ‘utterly incomprehensible’.

17 January 2024 News