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How organisations can partner with the IWF

Everything we do at the Internet Watch Foundation to locate and seek the removal of child sexual abuse imagery is only possible thanks to the amazing partnerships we have with companies and organisations across the world. 

Here are a few ideas of how your organisation could partner with us to make the internet a safer place for everyone:

  1. Charity of the Year partnership: Engage your organisation with our cause through the Charity of the Year partnership. Our passionate Fundraising team will drive staff engagement and awareness at all levels of your organisation. 

  2. Cause-related partnerships: Align your products and services with our cause through cause-related partnerships. Drive sales, reach new audiences and help spread our vital message. It's a fantastic opportunity for mutual benefit.

  3. Strategic partnerships: Contribute to our mission by forming strategic partnerships that leverage your organisation's expertise and resources. Help detect, disrupt, remove and prevent online child sexual abuse material by aligning charity objectives with long-term strategic goals. Drive key performance indicators and fulfil organisational and CSR targets.

  4. Sponsorship opportunities: Support our initiatives by sponsoring industry-leading events, awareness campaigns or innovative projects. Choose an opportunity that aligns with your business needs and provides the best chance to combat child sexual abuse online.

  5. Fund specific projects: Collaborate with us by funding specific projects relevant to your organisation. Whether it's reporting, financial support or technological advancements, your contributions make a direct impact on our ability to protect children online.

  6. Pro bono support: Offer pro bono knowledge and expertise in various areas to be a significant support to the IWF. Your expertise in cutting-edge technology, AI, machine learning or any profession can advance our work and mission.

  7. Gifts in kind: Support us with gifts in kind that could significantly benefit our operations:

  • Provide office or other venues for fundraising events or meetings to save valuable charity funds.
  • Offer ad credits for social media platforms to amplify our campaign and safety messages.
  • Contribute tech hardware or software to help develop Tech-for-Good solutions.
  • Share expertise in cutting-edge tech, AI or machine learning.
  • Provide knowledge, support, advice or advocacy in any profession to advance our work.
  • Support a Hackathon by bringing together volunteers with different tech backgrounds to find innovative solutions for a safer internet.

Get in touch

To get in touch about a potential partnership, please complete the form below or get in touch with our Fundraising team on +44 (0)1223 20 30 30 or email [email protected]

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