Eversheds Sutherland are proud corporate sponsors of the big issue and support their vision to dismantle poverty by creating opportunity, through self-help, social trading and business solutions. At Eversheds Sutherland our corporate responsibility strategy is Unlocking Talent which is about developing the talents and potential of everyone in society to the full. This refers both to our own people and those within our communities.
Eversheds Sutherland / Eversheds Sutherland
Supporting The Big Issue through corporate subscriptions enables Barratt, a builder of affordable homes, to contribute to the important work The Big Issue does to fight poverty and homelessness and raises awareness for our employees and visitors.
Barratt Developments Plc / Barratt Developments Plc
The University of Westminster is honoured to be a supporter and subscriber to the Big Issue. Through subscription we have been able to become part of the amazing story that is The Big Issue while also building a mutually beneficial relationship into the future for both The Big Issue and the students and staff at the university and also being provided with copies of a high quality and unique magazine. The University has a proud tradition of almost 200 years of service to the community and we value the Big Issue as an external partner whose mission and values connect with our own.
The University of Westminster / The University of Westminster
Here at Pentan Architects we have a really strong social conscience and consider our corporate subscriptions a great way to support The Big Issue. We understand that the funds generated from the subscriptions directly contribute to the development and pastoral work which The Big Issue undertake with their sellers, which we consider invaluable. We are delighted to support the fantastic work carried out by the Big Issue and we would urge other businesses to do the same as homelessness can happen to anyone and a helping hand is sometimes all someone needs.
Pentan Architects / Pentan Architects