The Sir Bobby Charlton Foundation is committed to working in partnership at a local, national, and international level. Here are just some of the organisations we have worked with:
The Sir Bobby Charlton Foundation cooperation model, at a local level, aims to engage with organisations that are best placed to work with and meet the needs of the target community. First and foremost our aim is to identify partners that can empower beneficiaries to help themselves. Our partnership selection criteria includes: specialist technical knowledge; experience in the particular location; local credibility; and shared values. Where such partners are available, we avoid duplication by working with them to deliver the intended support and results.
Nationally and internationally, we engage with key agencies in the humanitarian and development sectors by sharing our knowledge, experience, and resources to bring about tangible and lasting change in conflict affected communities. Recent examples include cooperation with the Cambodia Mine Action Authority as part of a country assessment, participation in the 2018 Department for International Development (DFID) Disability Summit, the hosting of a UK Parliamentary breakfast which brought together key development stakeholder from the public, private and NGO sectors, and regular attendance at the States Parties meetings on the Landmine Ban Treaty and victim assistance.