Could your business support us?

IMGP1777-150x150Are you a local business, or the Oxfordshire branch of a larger organisation? We are always looking to create new partnerships in the local community, and would love to work with you.

You could choose Restore as your Charity of the Year, donate gifts in kind, or organise a fundraising event. Or perhaps you already have an idea of how you’d like to support us? Simply get in touch with our Fundraising and Communications team by emailing

We could not be more grateful to our Corporate Supporters. So, to say a big fat THANK YOU, we will publish your organisation on our website, social media (over 6,500 followers), and in our e-newsletter (1,493 recipients), and display your name at our events, to let everyone know how much we appreciate your support.

Corporate Volunteering Days

Genzyme-volunteer-Photo-resized-150x150We can offer unique corporate volunteering days for your organisation which challenge stigma, develop skills, and contribute to the community. Support one of our special projects or get stuck into gardening, woodwork, arts, or cooking at one of our six Recovery groups across Oxfordshire.

For more information, please contact the Fundraising and Communications team:

Our Charity Partners

We are delighted, and enormously grateful to work with our Partners in the community.

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Blenheim has nominated Restore as their Charity of the Year for 2022, chosen by their staff at the palace and estate.  They plan a series of fundraising and awareness building activities and events throughout the year, as well as forging closer links with us. “Mental health and wellbeing are hugely important to all of us,” says Blenheim’s Head of Human Resources Megan Carter. “As a business we are committed to creating a workplace where people feel welcome, valued and safe and I am certain we can learn some valuable lessons from Restore.”

We are so excited to announce that we have anew charity partner, Do You Digitaldigital marketing agency that specialises in growing start-ups and small businesses. 

They plan on supporting Restore through fundraising activities, as well as offering free digital training and advice.We are so pleased to be partnering and look forward to building great connections with them!

M & S Didcot are a recent Charity partner. They have plenty of fundraising activities planned for the coming year and have recently held a Quiz night for the staff which has started the ball rolling.

James Thrussell who has experience of General Anxiety Disorder and during his time off from his employment found himself designing racing clothing.  

He is kindly donating all proceeds to Restore from his brand JT23  (see above) and also raising  awareness of Restore by using our  Restore logo on the t-shirts too. These are sold on his website.

Tamarindo have recently become one of our corporate partners and have already started to think about fundraising events for us.

“At Tamarindo Group, we accelerate the global adoption of renewable energy and clean technology through better communications and stronger networks

 We do this by giving industry players, from established leaders to fast-growth pioneers, both voice and stage”.

Cherwell Edge Golf Club are our  Charity Partners for 2020-21.  We recently attended their annual Captain’s Day and met with some of the keen golfers there to share our work, and raise money. We have more planned for the year so keep checking in to see what’s on.

Mark Morse, Men’s Captain had this to say:

“I am proud of the link we have developed this year between Cherwell Edge Golf Club and Restore. During these difficult times the work carried about by this fabulous charity has likely never been needed more. Through the generosity of our members and through the fantastic support of Restore we were able to raise £1,350 this season. I really hope this money can go some way to allowing the charity to continue making a real difference in people’s lives and to help them to provide the crucial support needed in the future. I would like to thank Jacqui (The Orchard Recovery Coordinator) and Claire (Head of Fundraising and Communications) in particular for their unswerving enthusiasm and positivity during the last year, helping to make this link a real success.”

Bunkers Hill Plant Nursery  in Kidlington have been a long term charity partner for Restore, notably through the sale of Jack’s Beans (plants they cultivate in memory of their son who suffered with mental ill-health and passed away several years ago), as well as doing fundraising events throughout the year.

Oxenford Cricket Club have been long-time Partners and supporters of Restore, regularly playing matches and fundraising for us. Most recently the Club have supported our Big Give 2020 Pebble Project for which we hope to raise money to fund an MHFA Marketer post at Restore. We are enormously grateful to them for championing our cause throughout the years!

The Oxford Gospel Choir, our Charity Partners for 2020, held two Christmas! Concerts at Wesley Memorial Church in Oxford in support of Restore. A phenomenal £1,114 was raised altogether!

Rabidfest is Oxfordshire’s only rock and metal festival; setting the stage for the most exciting, energetic and electrifying bands to put on the best shows right in the heart of Oxford. Supporting local music and the local community is a large part of the Rabidfest ethos, and this year they have unanimously decided to support Restore. If you love rock and metal make sure you head to this year’s festival in November!

Banbury Mid-Counties Co-op have done a multitude of events and volunteering in the two years they’ve partnered with our Recovery Group in Banbury, The Orchard, helping to raise over £8,000 for us. These have included selling our handmade gifts in store, helping with employability workshops, a sponsored walk on World Mental Health Day 2019, and much more.