Thank you to the Admiral Trust who have donated monies for our education service.
Barclays and Wimbledon Scooter Alliance
Barclays and the Wimbledon Scooter Alliance supported stem4 with two major fundraising events in 2015.
The Day Lewis Pharmacy in Wimbledon supported us with a fundraising day and matched funding.
stem4 is very grateful to the Wimbledon office of Deltatre for choosing us as their nominated charity partner for a year.
Diespeker Ltd is one of our main corporate sponsors supporting us in our business endeavours and the biggest contributor to the charity. Their contribution this year will enable us to produce our educational video programme amongst other developments.
We would like to thank The Generations Foundation, one of our main sponsors whose generous donation allows us to continue to improve the mental health of teenagers, their families and schools.
We are indebted to the Holy Trinity Church for our successful application over a three year period for funds from the Marion Ealing Legacy. This contribution has supported the development of our Calm Harm app.
Lloyd’s Bank Raynes Park contributed to the printed material we use in our education work.
We are very grateful for the monies given for administration by London Catalyst and the Hospital Saturday’s Fund which enables us to deliver conferences to medical professionals.
M&S Collier’s Wood supported us throughout 2015 and nominated us their charity of the year 2016 as well.
Thank you Metro Bank, Wimbledon, for hosting our corporate event.
stem4 is very grateful to the Wimbledon office of Morrisons Solicitors LLP for choosing us as their nominated charity partner for a year.
NHS England and Digital Development Lab
Thank you to an incredible partner in supporting the development of Calm Harm to meet the criteria for acceptance to NHS Choices.
Thank you to Reed Wimbledon for holding a number of pub quizzes in aid of stem4.
Thank you for hosting a wonderful music concert in aid of stem4.
Thank you to Santander Bank for collecting money for stem4 over four days in March 2018.
Schmidt Kitchens Wimbledon have supported stem4 for the past three years with three big fundraising events – the Schmidt Kitchen Wimbledon Ball. Their generous contribution has enabled us to develop our Calm Harm app and our education programme.
stem4 has been selected as the fundraising partner for the new Southern Co-op store in at Ridgeway in Wimbledon, receiving a £1,000 donation followed by a year’s partnership with the new store. This partnership is part of Southern Co-op’s ‘Love Your Neighbourhood’ scheme.
We are enormously grateful to Unicredit Bank who, through TJ Lim supported a Zumbathon run by Ivette Landino. The money raised enabled us to provide a school nurse conference and training packs.
Waitrose Green Boxes
We are very grateful to Waitrose Wimbledon (both main and small), Raynes Park and New Malden for supporting stem4 through the green tokens appeal on a number of occasions.
Wimbledon Bridge Club, a premier bridge teaching and playing club, kindly chose stem4 for its annual charity event because of its very topical focus on teenage mental well being.
The Wimbledon Foundation has kindly funded two student conferences on teenage mental health in Merton and Wandsworth, along with a teacher conference.
Huge thanks to WSM who nominated as their charity of the year 2014 and who have generously provided us with office space when needed.