Reading is a skill for life. It's the building block of businesses, families and communities.
Find out how your company can help open doors to learning, employment and everyday life for thousands of adults.
The benefits of supporting us
The opportunity to fulfil your corporate social responsibility aims
Provide fun and meaningful ways to engage your staff
Get invited to take part in our latest challenges and events
Explore positive PR opportunities
Opportunities for social media promotion
A dedicated point of contact so we can make the most of our partnership
How you could support us
Adopt us as your charity of the year
Match-funding of employee fundraising
Taking on a team challenge
We encourage our supporters to sign up via our Work for Good profile.
It's an easy, secure way to pay in funds raised and exchange any key documents if needed.
These are just a few ideas of ways you could support us. If you’re not sure what will work best for you, please get in touch. We’d love to chat further.
Share your skills
As a small charity with a large reach, we value the expertise and skills that other people can bring to our work. From strategy and marketing to IT, Shannon Trust has gratefully received pro bono support from organisations such as BearingPoint, Camelot, The Quarto Foundation and the Aimar Foundation.
Company employees who've shared their skills with Shannon Trust tell us how it's opened their eyes to an area of life they didn't know about before, allowing them to experience different ways of working.
Partnering with us is a great way to develop your team, realise your CSR goals, experience a different sector and contribute something incredible - by helping us to ensure nobody is left out of learning.
We love hearing from people who are interested in our work.
Please contact us to explore how we can work together.
The first book was basic and good, Shannon Trust gives good foundations in reading and English. I’ve spent years in education but this has been far more beneficial in a short period of time.
I’m proud of myself. I’ve achieved things I never thought I would because I doubted my ability, but I’ve found out I’m smarter than I thought.
It has made a big impact on my life because being able to read has made things more possible for me. I can now apply for jobs, college and my driving test.