Meet our corporate partners

Victim Support works together with businesses and organisations to deliver mutually-beneficial partnerships.

Explore the different ways you can partner with us: from volunteering and fundraising to payroll giving and commercial opportunities. Visit our Become a Corporate Partner section for more information or contact the fundraising team.

Safestore Self Storage has more than 100 stores nationwide and provide storage for personal and business use. They also provide gifted storage for a number of charities up and down the country, including Victim Support.

David Cox, Marketing Director for Safestore, said: ‘We have been pleased to provide Victim Support with free storage for many years; by alleviating the costs for services like self storage, the charity is able to focus their financial efforts in the right places — helping those who need it most.’

The Fraud Women’s Network (FWN) was established in 2007 to bring together women from the public and private sectors involved in all aspects of fraud prevention, detection, investigation and prosecution. The Network shares best practice, information and experience in order to help tackle the threat from fraud and organised crime head on.

Through their partnership with Victim Support, FWN will raise awareness of their work and the support they offer. Chairwoman Toni Sless said: ‘We are extremely proud to be supporting this great independent charity and the work it does to support victims of crime, including fraud and online crime such as cyber crime.’

Hayes Connor Solicitors are a team of data breach and cybercrime experts who help victims to claim compensation for losses and emotional distress caused by online offences. Constantly looking for new ways to help victims, they know how important it is that people are given the help they need and the respect they deserve at what can be a very traumatic time.

Hayes Connor has partnered with Victim Support to help ensure victims get all the support they need. Together, we are committed to helping you make a full recovery as quickly as possible, and to raising standards and awareness to help keep everyone safe online.

Kingsley Hayes, managing director at Hayes Connor Solicitors said: ‘Victim Support is a nationally respected charity that is doing tremendous work when it comes to helping those affected by cybercrime. We are delighted to support the charity as it strives to offer up-to-date and practical legal advice. Ultimately, it’s about ensuring victims have access to the support they need when they need it, as well as raising awareness of the threat to keep people safe online.’

Verisona Law is the most exciting, innovative and progressive law firm on the south coast of England, offering broad and niche legal services to businesses and individual clients.

The firm prides itself on delivering cost effective results, on time and to the highest standard for clients across the spectrum of commerce. Verisona Law is fundraising for Victim Support in 2018, with events ranging from skydiving to local community events and staff bake sales.

Over 30 years and across three generations, M Lambe Construction has built a reputation for providing civil engineering solutions to a wide range of clients, becoming recognised as an industry leading civil engineering contractor.

Director Michael Lambe said:  ‘Naming Victim Support as our charity partner of the year is a great opportunity to raise money for a very good cause, but also provides the team with a method of saying thank you for all the help they offered our colleague and dear friend.’

Far & Beyond Funeral Services understand that losing a loved one is an emotionally traumatic time for families and that overseeing arrangements can be challenging. This can be even more so in the case of a homicide.

They said: ‘We are delighted to be supporting Victim Support by making a donation per funeral to help families and individuals in devastating circumstances, and to promote the work that Victim Support does.’