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We work with partners to celebrate the extraordinary imaginations of children and young people.


How partnerships help

Amplifying young writers’ voices

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.

Benefits of partnership for young writers:

  • Enables young people to create professional quality projects, connecting them more deeply with the writing process, improving their sense of self-worth. 
  • Amplifies the voices of young writers. Partnerships enable the work of young writers to reach wider audiences, inspire others to give creative writing a chance.
  • Increases public profile of creative writing as a tool for escapism, enjoyment and education.

How a partnership can support your business

Three young men pose in monster face paint and running clothes.

Great employee engagement

Whether you want a team-building day with a difference or to adopt a local school to mentor in, we will work with you to create exciting, bespoke volunteering packages.

Volunteer sat on carpet listening to young writer present

Training in writing mentoring

Train at Ministry of Stories – learn mentoring skills and then put them into practice at one of our writing labs. Young writers need you!

A range of actors perform an expressive comedy script in front of the large curzon screen

Attention grabbing final project

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.

The type of project you could fund?

Want to fund a big, bold and creative project? How about something as incredible as an Escape Room?

Our young writers crafted clues and built puzzles to create a full scale, playable escape room for local families to enjoy for free all summer.

Want to check we’re in good shape?

Please explore 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.

We’d love to hear from you

Did you spot us in The Times? Have an idea for a partnership? For more information or to discuss any ideas you have, please get in touch with Kirsty Telford, Deputy Director.

Email Kirsty