We work with partners to celebrate the extraordinary imaginations of children and young people.
As a charity, we rely on the support from businesses and individuals to give young people living in our community the opportunity to take part in projects they’ll remember forever.
A partnership with Ministry of Stories supports the creativity of young people in many ways.
Whether your team want to come in for a team-building product development session or adopt a local school to mentor in, Ministry of Stories will work with you to create bespoke volunteering packages.
Train at Ministry of Stories – learn mentoring skills and then put them into practice at one of our writing labs. Young writers need you!
Share something unique with your staff and stakeholders. Every Ministry of Stories project ends with a shareable outcome and we are delighted when partners celebrate their involvement by joining events or helping to share the young people’s talent with your audience.
“MoS champions the imaginations of young people & through developing creative skills, they forge a lasting impact on the community.”Darren Hardy, Manager for UK Author and Editorial Programmes, Amazon
“Through this partnership, we have a greater understanding of the positive impact creativity has on children's futures.”David Kells, Director of Partnerships, Raconteur
“We are delighted to be supporting children in Tower Hamlets to exercise their imaginations and write for pleasure.”Mr Simon Wathen, Chairman of the Young People & Education programme, the Mercers’ Company (Corporate Trustee to the Charity of Sir Richard Whittington).
“Ministry of Stories fits our brief in so many ways, and we are honoured to support you and the incredible work you do.”Eleanor Anstruther, trustee of the Fagus Anstruther Memorial Trust
Please feel encouraged to read our most recent published Trustees’ Report and Financial Statements for the year ending 31 March 2023. We’re very proud of what our young writers have achieved, with the help of our small but mighty team.
Did you spot us in The Times? Got an idea for a partnership? For more information or to discuss any ideas you have, please get in touch with Kirsty Telford, Deputy Director.