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Every two years we choose to support a Charity of Choice voted for by employees and go all out to support the cause
Historically we have supported several great charitable causes from Cancer Research UK to our current Charity of Choice Action for Children.
Besides the charity of choice we also encourage charity collections at the 17 stations that we manage and support local charities through our 10 routes spanning across UK.
We also support our employees in their volunteering and fundraising efforts. You can find out more about our initiatives in our Sustainability Update.
Below is more information on how to apply for a charity collection or for local funding.
To date we have had very successful partnerships with NSPCC and most recently Cancer Research UK.
If you have any questions about our Charity of Choice process, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you.
We own and operate 17 of the biggest and busiest stations in the UK.
If you are a registered charity and you wish to hold a charity bucket collection in one of our managed stations, please follow these easy steps.
We do not charge for charity collections in our stations.
If you are a registered charity looking to hold a promotional exhibition (including flyering, leafleting, events, stands, stalls etc) please contact Concourse Initiatives at Init Group who manage promotional activities in our managed stations.
As well as our high profile Charity of Choice partnership, we also want to build long term relationships with other registered charities.
Our 10 routes are responsible for selecting local charities and have small pots of funding available at different times throughout the year. They select local charities whose activities fall into one of the following categories:
If you are a charity and would like to apply for funding for a local project, please follow these easy steps:
If you have not been able to find the information you were looking for on this page and would like to learn more about charitable giving at Network Rail please email email@example.com and we'll get back to you by email or phone.