Transform veterans’ lives and bring lasting benefits to your business.
From contributing vital funds to building awareness of our cause, The Poppy Factory's corporate partners play a crucial role in our life changing work.
Get in touch today to find out how your business can help create positive futures for veterans with health conditions.
Working together to transform veterans’ lives
- We’ll develop a tailored partnership that links our life-saving work to your company goals. This could include supporting your diversity and inclusion initiatives, CSR aims or fulfilling company commitments to the Armed Forces Covenant.
- We understand the importance of keeping well at work, especially in the current climate. Our virtual and in-person employee wellbeing opportunities will help your teams to lead the way, feeling positive, connected and confident- all whilst supporting more vulnerable veterans into work.
- However you choose to get involved, your support will make a huge difference. Why not join our 100 Lives Campaign and make a donation or pledge to raise funds across the year?
Help your teams to connect and make a difference with our virtual and in person team building opportunities.
Let the competition begin! Pit your colleagues, friends or family against one another in our fun 100 Lives quiz.
Round up your troops and ask for contributions to join your picnic - there are no rules about where, when or how!
We are delighted to have received support from a number of businesses. We are extremely grateful to all our supporters, some examples of which are included below.
Eric Warren, Chair of BNY Mellon’s EMEA Veteran’s Network, said:
"We’re really conscious that for wounded, injured and sick veterans, leaving – often very suddenly – can be a shattering experience. The Poppy Factory is the specialist in getting these veterans back on their feet and helping them secure jobs they love.
BNY Mellon’s partnership with The Poppy Factory, part of our continued commitment to the Armed Forces Covenant, is our way of giving practical employment support across the UK to veterans who really need it."
Support veterans like Josh
Josh was 16 when he joined the Army and enjoyed his time in service but struggled outside.
When Josh finally found the support network he needed, he was able to turn things around.