We welcome all your support and we truly appreciate our supporters

Our Epic Steps ethos is committed to delivering our work at no cost to families and schools. Our Careers+ professional development work enables us to part fund our CIC activity. We are passionate about the principle that “schools shouldn’t pay” – that communities members, especially employers, work with us to support the needs and life chances of young people. 

Our innovative funding model enables us to offer our Epic Steps Conferences for Children and Epic Steps Co-Creators at no cost to schools or parents.

This year and every year, we’d like to say a big thank you to all our supporters:

The incredible RSA Fellows Network: Rod Hyde FRSA, Atul Bansal FRSA, Kate Dodgson FRSA, Rhiannon Raftery FRSA, Lilian Barton FRSA, Ian Smith FRSA, Rachel Barker FRSA and so many more.

To our mentors, advisors and champions – and the incredible generosity of our corporate partner teams who genuinely want to boost the communities in which they operate.

To our friends, connections and colleagues who open doors, cheer us on and spread the word.

 

Without you, we could not have achieved such reach and impact

You’ll find some examples here about how you can make a difference.

Really easy ones

Really helpful ones

Really enabling ones

Really transforming ones

Like our Facebook and LinkedIn pages.
Tweet about us.

Facebook CIC
Facebook Holiday Clubs
Tweet @EpicSteps

Talk to your friends and family about our work, perhaps we can help.
Talk to your colleagues about our work, perhaps they can benefit.
Share insight with us that you think will help us improve.
Introduce your school to us so that they can take part in activities.
Connect us to your organisation, perhaps we can work together.

Sponsor us and support our school-based activity.
Introduce us to people who will make excellent partners and collaborators

Really easy ones

Like our Facebook and LinkedIn pages
Tweet about us

Facebook CIC
Facebook Holiday Clubs
Tweet @EpicSteps

Really helpful ones

Talk to your friends and family about our work, perhaps we can help.
Talk to your colleagues about our work, perhaps they can benefit.
Share insight with us that you think will help us improve

Really enabling ones

Introduce your school to us so that they can take part in activities
Connect us to your organisation, perhaps we can work together

Really transforming ones

Collaborate with us and support our school-based activity
Introduce us to people who will love what we do