The MS Society is the largest charity for the UK’s 100,000 people affected by MS. Revitalise works in partnership with the MS Society to provide a match-funding scheme towards the cost of its breaks using funds from its Joan Brander Memorial Fund. The partnership enables people affected by MS to enjoy a heavily subsidised Revitalise break.
As a national charity, Revitalise works with a number of corporate and charity partners in a variety of ways. We believe that by working together, we can create a better society for disabled people and carers.
Why Partner with Us
At Revitalise, we believe in the power of long-term partnerships and appreciate that every organisation is different, with something unique to offer and take away. We will consult closely with you about your business objectives and work together to tailor a partnership that aligns with your own vision and our mission.
Our Current Partners
Revitalise is proud to be a member of or work in partnership with the following consortia, groups and other charities, who support us on a range of key issues.
The Respite Association help provide short-term respite funding for disabled, sick, elderly or terminally ill people, to allow their regular unpaid carer to take a much needed break. We will be using our own funding to match any funding offered by The Respite Association, meaning you’ll get double the support.
BISI work with Revitalise to provide grants for disabled people and carers to have much-needed breaks at our centres. More information can be found on their website here:
BISI is a non-for-profit company who focus on health and wellbeing, with compassion at the heart of everything it does. BISI strongly believes that everyone should have access to information and services that could have a positive impact on their overall health and happiness, ensuring family members and carers are also supported.
Their aim is to provide support to those who live with long term health conditions and provide opportunities for individuals to access free respite care. BISI work with Revitalise to provide grants for disabled people and carers to have much-needed breaks at our centres. More information can be found on their website here.
UKinbound is a member organisation made up of over 400 tourist attractions, hotels, tour operators, and other businesses interested in tourism coming to the UK. UKinbound and Revitalise are collaborating to improve accessible tourism in the UK, through joint research, educating tourism businesses on how to accommodate disabled visitors, and developing a Revitalise Tourism Accreditation scheme. UKInbound also supports Revitalise by fundraising, increasing awareness, and providing competition prizes.
Holidays for All
Revitalise helped set up Holidays for All – a group of the UK’s leading disability organisations working together to promote quality, accessible holiday breaks and provide improved choice and flexibility for holiday makers.
The Longleigh charitable foundation is dedicated to supporting the individuals and communities served by the social housing sector. Revitalise are partnered with Longleigh and their parent company, Stonewater, to help provide much needed respite breaks for social housing residents.
The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award provides a balanced programme of activities for participants aged 14-24 in an environment of social interaction and team working, giving the chance to develop skills for life and work. Revitalise is a Residential Approved Activity Provider for the DofE.
The John Lewis Partnership
Through our partnership with John Lewis & Partners, Revitalise are able to offer discounted breaks to John Lewis employees, as well as their friends and family members.
Charitable Travel are a social enterprise and travel agency dedicated to creating travel-for-good holidays. By booking a holiday with them you can donate 5% of your holiday cost to Revitalise, and Charitable Travel discount the same amount off the price, so your donation is free!
ISL (Independence Support Ltd.) offer support to disabled people by working with local communities and partners to help ensure everyone can reach their full potential and achieve their goals. Through our partnership with ISL we hope to reach more disabled people, and they are also closely working with us on our Invisible Accessibility Project which aims to raise the bar for what accessible holidays can really look like.
Old Mutual Wealth is an independent provider of products for long-term savings and investments. They offer products and services that cater for various financial needs and security. Old Mutual pioneered the “MultiManager” approach, which has now been adopted by most life insurance providers.
Revitalise has partnered with GroceryAid, a charity that helps thousands of grocery colleagues, all over the UK who have worked, or are working, and who need some extra support to get by. Through this partnership any grant made by GroceryAid, to someone enrolled on its Carer’s Programme, can be doubled and put towards a Revitalise holiday.
Holiday Property Bond offers a wide range of holidays to Bondholders, giving them access to over 1,400 exclusive properties across the UK and Europe. HBP and Revitalise have teamed up to support carers by providing them with much-needed respite at one of HPB’s many fantastic locations across the UK, while their disabled loved ones enjoy the magic of a Revitalise break.
ExxonMobil is the world’s largest publicly traded international oil and gas company. They hold an industry-leading inventory of global oil and gas resources and are the world’s largest refiner and marketer of petroleum products, and our chemical company ranks among the world’s largest. They apply science and innovation to find better, safer and cleaner ways to deliver the energy the world needs.
One of the world’s largest independent financial advisory groups, employing approximately 2,800 people in 40 countries around the world.
The DAA is an alliance of organisations committed to transforming the quality of life of people living with dementia in the UK. As a member, Revitalise has signed up to the National Dementia Declaration. This means we have created an action plan detailing how we will work towards improving the quality of life of people affected by dementia.
The CSA is made up of 70 organisations that represent and support older and disabled adults and children, people with long-term conditions and their families, and campaigns to keep adult care funding and reform high on the political agenda.
LocalPropertyIndex is an advertising portal which works alongside estate agents and property developers to advertise properties. As well as Revitalise, LocalPropertyIndex supports many other charities, including Royal British Legion and Wessex Cancer Trust.
The DBC is a national coalition of over 50 charities and other organisations committed to working towards a fair benefits system.
Family Holiday Charity is a charity with an interest in increasing provision of holidays and breaks for those who don’t currently take part.