Become a Charter Patron

Become a Charter Patron and offer a lifeline to some of the UK’s most vulnerable children.

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Coram Life Education inspires 852,000 children to make healthy choices each year

Your support will guarantee we reach even more children, young people and families needing our help now, and in the future.

Who are Coram’s Charter Patrons?

Our Charter Patrons are our most committed benefactors, following in the footsteps of philanthropists including Handel and Hogarth. 

You can become a Charter Patron by pledging a minimum annual gift of £1,000, or from £83 per month, for a fixed or open period. By supporting us in this way, you will help provide guaranteed funds that allow us to plan our work with greater confidence and effectiveness.  

How your support will make a difference?

Your donation will help change the lives of children through Coram’s work that includes:

  • Preparing and supporting families to adopt a child or siblings through Coram’s Adoption Service,
  • Offering Creative Therapies to children who have experienced trauma and are struggling to communicate,
  • Providing homeless outreach to young people at risk so they can escape the cycle of homelessness.

How the scheme works

As a Charter Patron you will enjoy a close connection with Coram.  You will receive progress reports showing the impact that together we are having on children’s lives. You will be invited to Coram events to learn more about our future plans and developments.  Additionally, you will receive advance notice of our exclusive events, such as the annual Handel Birthday Concert, and will be kept informed of issues affecting children and young people. 

Join us as a Charter Patron now

We have been championing the cause of children for 275 years. We hope you will join us today and make the future better for vulnerable children.

Our Charter Patron Manager is happy to help with any questions you may have. Please contact us on 020 7520 0306 or [email protected]

Alternatively, you can download a form here.

Charter Patron form

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