Corporate Partnerships

We are very lucky to work with many dedicated companies and organisations who share our passion for helping disabled young people live the life they want to.


There are lots of ways your business can support my AFK – here are a few of them:



Every partnership provides an opportunity for us to find new ways of working together. Get in touch with our Corporate Partnerships Manager, Lyn, to see how your organisation can get involved.

Meet our Corporate Partnerships Manager

Lyn Prodger

Lyn Prodger has worked at my AFK since 2008. She is our Corporate Partnerships Manager; she supports companies who want to work with my AFK, and helps us find new partners to help raise money for my AFK.


If you would like to explore partnership options for your company, please contact Lyn on [email protected] or call 0208 347 8111 and start making a difference today!

See how we're working with corporate partners

AFK shortlisted for GamesAid charity selection process

Between Monday 20th June and Sunday 26th June, those who are in the gaming industry and are eligible members will be able to vote from 12 different charities – with the top five causes receiving a tranche of funding from GamesAid at the conclusion of this financial year.

‘Our View’ – Videos made by young people, for young people

‘Our View’ is a collection of short films made by young people with special educational needs and disabilities on their experiences, challenges and successes in preparing for and gaining employment.

AFK’s Top 3 Reasonable Adjustments for the Workplace

AFK’s Top 3 Reasonable Adjustments for the Workplace, small changes that make the environment and work processes more accessible to all.

Toy Trust: Around The World in 80 Hours

The toy industry has raised more than £20,000 for charitable causes during their Around the World in 80 Hours event.

Barclays gives £100,000 to AFK

The Barclays 100×100 UK COVID-19 Community Relief Fund has given £100,000 to Hornsey-based charity AFK–Working With Disability (formerly Action For Kids).

Bloomfield Trust awards my AFK grant to support disabled Londoners into work

The Bloomfield Trust has awarded my AFK a grant of £50,000 to support London’s unemployed disabled young people into work.

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