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We've formed partnerships with a range of local and national charities that share our values. Our charity partners benefit not just from financial support, but we also offer skills and expertise to help them achieve their goals.

OneFamily staff are encouraged to spend time working with our charity partners and other causes in the local community with three days of volunteering leave each year, as well as opportunities to fundraise and take on long-term volunteering roles.

Find out the latest news from OneFamily below, including initiatives we've supported and colleague announcements.

OneFamily donates to local food banks

We’ve partnered with food banks and other charities to help those who are struggling to feed themselves and their families.

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OneFamily’s volunteering and charity support in 2022

In 2022, more than 100 OneFamily employees volunteered at 36 different events, supporting 14 charitable causes.

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OneFamily CEO recognised as influential Black role model

We are very proud of our CEO Teddy Nyahasha for being named in The Powerlist 2023, which celebrates the UK’s influential black role models.

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What does it mean to be a “mutual society”?

As a OneFamily customer, you have a say in how we spend our profits and which charities we support both financially and practically.

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Charity aims for financial education in primary schools

RedSTART has begun an ambitious research programme to find out how learning about finance in primary school can help people later on in life.

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How we’re helping students develop business skills

We welcomed students from IntoUniversity to our Brighton office as part of our continuing commitment to supporting our local communities.

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We support #10000BlackInterns

We’re supporting a campaign to transform the horizons and prospects of young Black people in the UK.

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