Sponsorship and partnership opportunities
We’re keen to work with organisations that support our work to improve health and care for all. Through our corporate partner and supporter programmes, event sponsorship and exhibition packages, we build lasting relationships with businesses who want to share knowledge and debate and help to shape policy and practice.
For more information on these programmes, packages and other opportunities to collaborate with The King’s Fund, please contact [email protected]
By taking advantage of our sponsorship and partnership options, you’ll have the chance to increase your brand’s awareness and network with our audience at our events and through our digital channels.
At our events, in our social media following and email database you’ll find a wide-ranging audience working in health and care, government, charities, further education and other sectors.
Connect with over:
Around 10,000 delegates each year at our online and in-person events
200,000 monthly web users
30,000 email contacts
165,000 followers on X (formerly known as Twitter)
87,000 followers on LinkedIn
Event sponsorship and exhibition opportunities
We believe in the power of live events to bring people together to stimulate discussion and debate, and as a forum for sharing good practice through presentations and networking.
Types of event and benefits
Become a corporate partner
Our corporate partner programme cultivates long-term relationships and builds on synergies between the Fund’s areas of interest and your organisation’s expertise. Each partnership is tailored to best suit your needs.
Corporate partners receive the full range of benefits offered to our corporate supporters, as well as being involved in the co-design of a series of events for key stakeholders. These might include seminars, roundtable discussions or briefings, which share insight in support of the Fund’s vision that the best possible health and care is available to all.
Become a corporate supporter
As a corporate supporter you’ll demonstrate that you’re engaged with the health policy debate and show your support for our goal to improve health and care. We also offer our supporters policy insight and understanding, knowledge-sharing briefings and high-profile marketing opportunities.
You’ll benefit from unique networking opportunities with key audiences, and have access to our conferences, invitation-only seminars and networking opportunities.
Working with The King’s Fund
Equality, diversity and inclusion
We particularly welcome interest from organisations that can demonstrate their commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion. Some examples of how we have done this at The King’s Fund include: diversity mentoring, research on race inequalities in the NHS, participation in the Stonewall Workplace Equality Index and working towards targets for workforce representation. You can find further information on our programme of work on diversity and inclusion here.
The independence of The King's Fund is important to us. All partnerships are governed by our ethical collaboration policy. Income from the corporate partner and supporter programmes represents less than three per cent of our annual income.
We are committed to ensuring that any partnership is open and that there are no conflicts of interest that cannot be safely managed.
Carbon reduction plan
The King’s Fund is committed to achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Please read our Carbon reduction plan for more details.
What our partners say...
'Partnering with The King's Fund on these online events has given us excellent reach to an audience that is typically challenging to engage with and time poor. We’ve reached more than 1,000 people and, alongside the Fund, demonstrated some great case studies and had fantastic engagement from those watching. The events are available in full online so we can re-use them again and again to educate inform.'
Head of Public Affairs, Home Group
'(Online events) enable people around the country to access and be part of the dialogue. We can engage everyone watching live with the polls and with the live questions. It means everybody gets their say. There were lots and lots of questions and only so many that we could address at the time, but we got all those questions downloaded and were able to go back to everyone and have that discussion and respond to those questions afterwards.'
What our audience say..
'I always enjoy events at The King’s Fund and this virtual event was no different. The quality and relevance of the agenda and speakers was excellent. The format worked well and meant I was able to attend an event and keep on top of the day job at the same time.'
Director, Improving Planned Care Programme, West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership
'Engaging in events like this gives you time as a clinician to reflect upon your own practice.'
Occupational Therapist, Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust