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Partner with us

GB Ministries is always keen to hear from organisations and charities who’d like to enhance our work.

With a trusted reputation and a 127-year history, we’d be really pleased to discuss how we could work with you.

Opportunities include:

  • Advertising through our emails to leaders
  • Producing programme activities and resources
  • Providing goods in kind
  • Sponsorship of a thought-piece koko film
  • Or other mutually beneficial projects.

We recently worked with Thorpe Hall School and Girls on Board who sponsored the award-winning koko film Dare to Care.

I love the film; it’s very powerful. The messaging is such a close fit to our Girls On Board initiative, which explores the issues surrounding girl friendships in schools, so we were delighted to support koko’s latest film, says Headteacher Andrew Hampton.

We’re currently working with the Alzheimer’s Society on some programme materials for our community groups.

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Want to find out more?

We’re careful to work with partners who will add value to the work we do. Please email Assistant Director and Communications Manager Catherine Burt or call 01246 582322 for details.

Email Catherine
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School assemblies

We love speaking to children and young people at school assemblies. We can offer an assembly on a bespoke theme or have some topics, such as kindness or friendship, pre-prepared.

School assemblies

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Our activities

View our full range of our activities including local group activities, leadership training, faith retreats, conferences, and award programmes.

Our activities
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Volunteering with Girls' Brigade is a great way to use your skills and enrich lives and communities.