Corporate partnerships

Over the last few years businesses have provided the Robes Project with vital assistance. If you are interested in supporting the Robes Project, as a business or as a corporate partner of the future, please contact Eszter at

Below are some examples of our past and present corporate partnerships.

Marks & Spencer Each winter Marks and Spencer supply breakfast food for the night shelter venues – tea, coffee, cereals, beans, bacon, sausages – saving the project thousands of pounds. It is fantastic to be able to link up with businesses that are able to donate items for the project and we really appreciate this generosity.

Eden Catering We have been very lucky to have been supported by Eden Catering, a catering company based near to Lambeth North station, for the last three years. Eden Catering helps the venues and volunteers enormously by donating a full evening meal for the shelter once a week. The food is of an amazing quality and this support is vital for the running of the project. We really appreciate the continued support of Eden.

 haysmacintyre (2014-2015)
Robes Project was chosen as the haysmacintyre ‘Charity of the Year’ in 2014. Working in partnership, haysmacintyre staff offered expertise and assistance to promote our work in several key areas.  We also offered opportunities for haysmacintyre staff to be involved with the Robes Project charity.

haysmacintyre supported the charity to:

  • Organised the annual Thank you Event for Robes Project volunteers
  • Created a new website
  • Introduced a mentoring volunteer programme focusing on supporting guests to find employment
  • Fundraised through events

haysmacintyre staff were working on each of these aspects in small teams. Their feedback was extremely positive with staff commenting that they enjoyed becoming involved with a small charity and found it very interesting to learn more about the services the night shelter provides. We were delighted to have the input and support of haysmacintyre. Through this partnership we were able to focus on key areas of development for the charity and benefit from the expertise and ideas of the haysmacintre employees.

One trustee at the Thank you Event on 30th April 2014 said:
May I congratulate haymacintyre on a successful, exciting, fun and memorable event bringing together so many important components of the Robes Project.”