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Our vision is a day where every child and young person in need has the safe and stable foundations to succeed in life. As a charity, we would not be able to work towards this goal without the generous support of our funders and supporters. They provide essential funding, pro-bono support and hours of volunteering, which underpin our work to transform life chances for the most vulnerable children and families across the country.

Why social work?

A good social worker can be the difference between a child living in disadvantage or reaching their full potential. If we want to create real and lasting change for the society that we live in, it is therefore vital that we develop the skills and leadership of social workers. In doing we can so we can improve the support given to vulnerable children, and tackle the problems in our system from their roots.

Thanks to the backing of funders and supporters like you, over 1,500 outstanding individuals will have completed our programmes by 2020 and will be applying their talents to addressing social disadvantage. They will be doing so with the leadership skills developed through Frontline, applied to children’s social work, government policy and their own innovations so that children and families in need of social workers receive the best possible support.

What can you do?

As our journey continues, we invite you to join our movement and make a real change to the lives of the most vulnerable children and families. We are now entering a phase of rapid growth to become a national charity, which means that now more than ever we need the continued backing of supporters to have the biggest possible impact and achieve significant change for the most vulnerable members of our society.

We already work with a number of companies, trusts and individuals who are inspired by our work and want to support our mission.

Please consider how you can join us in our jounrey. To donate click here, or for more information, contact our Partnerships Manager, Elie Kelpie on or 020 3907 7637.

Find out more about the work we do by visiting our Annual Report page.

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Our Supporters

Founding partners

ARK Ark is an education charity that co-founded Frontline and now provides ongoing expertise and support.

THE BOSTON CONSULTING GROUP The Boston Consulting Group is a worldwide management consulting firm that supports Frontline with pro-bono consultancy support.

BIG CHANGE Big Change funds youth charity projects aimed at making a difference to the lives of young people.

THE QUEEN’S TRUST The Queen’s Trust raises funds to support young people and, in particular, encourages and helps young people to serve others in the community.

Growth and sustainability partners

Credit Suisse is a leading global financial services company headquartered in Zurich. The Credit Suisse EMEA Foundation works with innovative organisations to improve educational attainment, employability and aspirations of young disadvantaged people.



GARFIELD WESTON FOUNDATION The Garfield Weston Foundation is a family-founded, charitable grant-making foundation, that supports a wide range of causes across the UK.  


The Hadley Trust focuses on creating opportunities for disadvantaged people, either by financial assistance, involvement in project and support work or research into the causes of, and means to alleviate, hardship.

The Dulverton Trust is an independent grant-making charity focusing on youth opportunities, general welfare, conservation and preservation.

Alexander Partnership provides pro-bono coaching to support Frontline’s leadership and give their expertise to support the development of coaching as a key skill in the delivery of Frontline’s mission.


The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) is a leading progressive thinktank in the UK. They supported Frontline by undertaking the initial research and working with Josh MacAlister to develop the idea.

AMV BBDO is the biggest communications agency in the UK. They have provided Frontline with pro-bono support with marketing and brand development.

Herbert Smith Freehills is one of the world’s leading professional services businesses. They provide pro-bono legal assistance to Frontline.

Sundog Pictures is an award winning production company. Sundog Pictures supports Frontline by producing films which tell Frontline’s stories.

The NSPCC is a charity campaigning and working in child protection in the UK.

Teach first is a charity aiming to eradicate educational inequality in the UK. Teach First are partnered with Frontline as part of their Innovation Partnership which help them support other great ideas for solutions to the problem of educational equality.

The Civil Service Fast Stream supports Frontline by allowing successful Fast Stream candidates to defer entry if they are successful in applying to Frontline.

LinkedIn is a business and employment oriented social networking service and have provided pro-bono support with event spaces.

Action for Children is a UK children’s charity helping vulnerable and neglected children and young people and their families.

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer is a multinational law firm headquartered in London who have provided pro-bono support to Frontline.