Our Supporters

A number of businesses and organisations have supported PACT over the years in time, money, advice and many other ways. We are very grateful to them all and couldn’t have reached where we are today without their support. 

We also celebrate one person, group or family each month who have gone above and beyond to support PACT’s work through our Supporter of the Month initiative. 

Garfield Weston Foundation 

A big thank you to the Garfield Weston Foundation for supporting PACT with a grant of £40,000 towards core costs in 2021 


Vodafone has supported our work in many ways since 2016 through a very productive partnership with its digital marketing team. 

SEGRO Community Funding 

SEGRO Community Funding (via Berkshire Community Foundation) have donated £5,000 towards the Alana House Job Skills group, helping vulnerable women with complex needs to learn vital skills to boost their confidence in seeking employment. 

Children in Need 

Children in Need is the BBC’s UK corporate charity and raises money for disadvantaged children and young people around the country. PACT received £120,000 (over three years) towards its Strengthening Families team, which provides information, support and advice to adopting families in times of need. 


BH&O LLP provides pro bono services for the women of Alana House, and staff have also taken part in fundraising initiatives including PACT’s Christmas Jumper Day.  

Berkshire Community Foundation 

Thanks to Berkshire Community Foundation for supporting our BB4K programme and Alana House. 

The Shanly Foundation 

The Shanly Foundation has supported the FACTS service with a second donation of £10,000. 

Turners Court Youth Trust 

Thank you for the continued support of Turners Court Youth Trust which recently supported PACT’s Bounce Back 4 Kids programme with a donation of £1,000. 

Police and Crime Commissioner 

The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner donated £12,220 for counselling services at Alana House. 

The Oxford Diocesan Council for Social Work 

Back in 1911 PACT was the idea of the then Bishop of Oxford and was established as the social welfare arm of the Anglican Diocese of Oxford. Today PACT continues to be supported by the Diocese in the area of nurturing family life.