Become an Official Patron

We invite you to support our efforts and vision of making mentoring accessible to everyone. We receive NO government funding and rely solely on our kind and generous patrons to fund our mentoring initiatives and national mentoring campaigns.

Our Aims

  1. Educate – To highlight the impact, benefits, personal and team rewards for running mentoring programmes.
  2. Support – Continue our campaign to support awareness on the benefits of mentoring offering free resources and to support mentoring and collaboration in all areas of UK business, education and society.
  3. Encourage – To encourage and celebrate mentoring in all its forms. Our national campaigns encourage people to get a mentor or become a mentor.
  4. Inspire – To inspire more people to get involved in mentoring and provide a platform to showcase mentoring excellence.

You Will Receive

  • An official plaque to display at your premises to showcase your support
  • Promotion of your role as a patron on our exclusive patrons page
  • Logo and company details listed on the website
  • Official ‘Thank you’ on social media and in our marketing activities
  • VIP Invitations to all official events
  • Invitations to National Mentoring Awards Patron activities
  • A proportion of your donation will be given to mentoring support programmes across the UK.

Your support will allow us to reach wider audiences, increase awareness on mentoring, as well as supporting hundreds of well needed mentoring schemes across the UK and beyond.

Become an official patron

If you are an organisation that would like to support mentoring across education, enterprise and all areas of society, we’d be very interested to talk to you.

Please fill out your details below and our Patrons membership Director will be in touch to discuss further.

    For further enquiries please email

    Rt Hon Lord Young

    “I had a mentor when I started my first business and he saved me more than once. I hope that National Mentoring Day will encourage more and more people to act as a mentor. I know as I have acted as a mentor many times and it is very rewarding to both parties.”