Become a Patron

Power The Fight Patrons will help thousands of young people and families impacted or at risk of violence. The exceptional generosity of our Patrons will help Power The Fight to continue being the exemplar in the youth sector and enable us build more peaceful communities.


Support from our Patrons helps us to:

Support Young People and Families

We support young people and families to come together to end violence affecting young people in their communities by providing access to culturally competent therapeutic, financial, and legal support.

Train and Resource Communities

Our training and resources educate, equip, engage and enable communities, working alongside statutory and strategic organisations, to be part of the solution to the issue of violence affecting young people in the UK.

Advocate for System Change

We advocate for system change by engaging with policy makers such as the Mayor of London’s Violence Reduction Unit (VRU) and Local and Central Government, as well as ensuring that communities and individuals within those feel safer, supported and are heard.

We hope that you will consider joining us in this venture.

Our Values Workshop
Sam Case Study

Art therapy provided valuable tips and someone to talk to. It helped me regulate my emotions better.

Case Study

Sam (pseudonym) is a non-binary 14-year-old Black student, with long-term and deteriorating health conditions. Their school attendance before TIP was poor and they were identified as high risk of self-harm, with suicidal ideation. Sam had an interest in creative arts and had a willingness to engage in Art Therapy. In early sessions they would bring a comfort soft toy or weighted blanket to help regulate. An openness quickly developed with the TIP Art Therapist through the trauma informed art activities, with Sam sharing in detail the feelings around their health condition, challenges and environmental factors at home, and at the alternative provision. The Therapist was able to communicate these, as well as specific safeguarding concerns with the broader staff team, as well as with health professionals at Children and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS). TIP staff helped co-produce safety plans with Sam, communicating with educational and health teams, as well as Sam’s Mother.

The TIP team were able to support a referral for Sam to receive a 12 week mental health intervention with a psychotherapist at CAMHS, however Sam struggled to be open in this more clinical setting, telling TIP staff that they wouldn’t talk to CAMHS because they “did not trust them”. In the Art Therapy sessions, however, Sam continued to make positive changes and personal growth in their abilities and strengths, including protective factors. The TIP therapist commented on their creativity, intellect, kindness, playfulness, curiosity and humour within sessions.

For the final Art Therapy session Sam arrived with their Mother. Sam’s Mum stated that Sam had attended school that day especially because it was the last session with the Art Therapist and expressed how important and positive the sessions had been for Sam. Sam wanted their mother to join the last session and this felt like a very positive ending, with a strong connection between the three during the closing session. During this session the three discussed how Sam can plan to continue the growth they have made and talked about the importance of practicing self-love and self-compassion.

Sam commented that the Art therapy has been really helpful for their wellbeing and sense of self. They said that the Art Therapy has made them feel valued, supported and has brought a sense of calm.

Our Patrons

Power the Fight is a phenomenal organisation. We are constantly in awe of their drive, passion and wisdom. UTC is proud to support their remarkable vision in any way we can.

– Pollyanna McGirr, Director, UTC

Pollyanna McGirr

I’m proud to support the great work of Power the Fight. Their vision and leadership is so inspiring and very much needed.

– Eddie Kadi, Comedian, presenter and actor

Eddie Kadi

It’s a privilege to partner with Power The Fight through the Forbes Family Group. I’m proud to personally support their incredible work with youth and families as a Gold patron, aiding in their mission to build peaceful communities.

– Dean Forbes, CEO, Forterro, Chairman, Forbes Family Group and Partner, Corten Capital

Dean Forbes

Growing up in a local council estate, I experienced and was impacted by youth violence. This personal connection fuels my dedication to organisations like Power The Fight.

– Zuleika Philips, UK Leader of Channel, Partnerships and Marketing at Intuit

Zuleika Philips

Package Options

By becoming a patron, you will join a community of like-minded individuals who share a commitment to creating more peaceful environments for our communities.


Benefit £1,750

Name or company logo to be added to Power The Fight’s website for a year

Detailed Annual Impact Report to highlight ESG actions

Use of Power The Fight logo on CSR reporting

An exclusive annual Patron’s Circle Networking Evening

Exclusive item of Power The Fight Merchandise

Exclusive Sponsorship of 5th Season – Power Talks Podcast


Benefit £3,500

All benefits included in Bronze package plus:

Guaranteed place for marathon entry to raise money for Power The Fight and Power The Fight running vest

Access to two invite only networking business events annually

Reflective Space for your team to ensure staff mental and emotional wellbeing

Exclusive Access to VIP Sporting Events


Benefit £8,000

All benefits included in Bronze and Silver package plus:

Introduction to Cultural Sensitivity Training for Senior Teams

Discounted ticket to Annual Fundraising Dinner at Exclusive London Venue

Power The Fight Keynote at Company events

Opportunity for your organisation to provide volunteer mentoring for Alumni

Discounted Go Privilege Concierge Membership

Power The Fight Corporate Box experience at The O2

Invite to Euro’s Sports Screening with star host

Become a Patron for Power The Fight, a tax-efficient way of giving.

Please contact us if you have any questions. We would be delighted to meet you to discuss becoming a Patron.