Corporate involvement has the potential to make a big impact on the work we can do with families. We work with companies in a bespoke way, looking at your priorities and what matters to your employees. 

From 2019 through to 2021 we are delighted to be The Grosvenor Group’s Charity of the Year. We are so grateful for their input, involvement and encouragement in a difficult year for charities like ours. They have helped us continue to support our families in a challenging and changeable environment.

Grosvenor’s Dragon Boat Race 2019 – Charity Fundraiser for Doorstep Library

“We are proud to support Doorstep Library and the fantastic services they provide to children and families. It’s a really important part of how we can help communities to succeed in the places where we work. Their dedication to empowering children through literacy is wonderful to see.”  – Grosvenor

If you would like to talk to someone about corporate giving and partnerships, please contact Rosie Fenlon at:

Companies in the past have:

  • Made Doorstep Library their Charity of the Year
  • Supported a local project to give back to the communities they work within
  • Encouraged employee engagement through volunteering, fundraising and payroll giving
  • Offered pro-bono services and access to expertise to support the charity’s core function
Champions for Children 2021

There is still time for donations to be doubled thanks to the Champions for Children campaign through the Big Give! With Gift Aid, your donation of £10 can become £22.50 for Doorstep Library. Gifts of any size help us to reach our goal to raise a further £10,000 before midday, Tuesday 22nd June.



Please give what you can to help us support families who have been heavily affected by the pandemic and lockdowns. In families with less capacity to support home learning, children have fallen behind in their literacy, felt the impact on their well-being, and are facing limited life chances due to lost schooling.

Reading is the fundamental building block to further learning, development and achievement. The money raised by the campaign will help us welcome 700 new children to our services and train 150 new volunteers. With your help, we can continue to fuel children’s natural love of stories, fire their imaginations, and encourage their appreciation of reading.