Grants and sponsorship

Learn about our national and local partnerships that we have here in the UK.

National Sponsorships

Learn more about our partnerships on a national level.

Natural History Museum

As part of our partnership with the Wildlife Photographer of the Year, we are supporting access to curated days of activities at the Museum for schools that might not otherwise have this opportunity, helping to encourage interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) subjects.

RNLI

We have signed a new three-year partnership with the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) to make a major contribution to the lifeboat running costs of seven RNLI stations across the UK.


Our contribution has ensured volunteer crews can continue their lifesaving work at sea. In 2018 our funding helped rescue 259 people and save 12 lives.

Inspiring the next generation

Teach First is an education charity that believes disadvantage should not determine destiny. They are dedicated to working across society to change educational outcomes for children from low-income backgrounds in England and Wales.

 

Eureka! Mersey

Eureka! Mersey is a world-class science and discovery centre being developed in the Wirral aimed at inspiring children and young people. Our partnership aims to continue the regeneration of the Wirral waterfront and boost local engagement in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) subjects.

Local Sponsorships

See some of the events and activities that we support on a local level.

Ørsted Community Benefit Funds

Ørsted Community Benefit Funds

We are committed to making a positive impact in the communities where we construct and operate our offshore wind farms in the UK. So far, we have awarded over £4 million to more than 350 local social and environmental projects along the East and West coasts.

 

Find out more about our three Community Benefit Funds and discover how groups and organisations can apply for funding.

2020 Ørsted Great Grimsby 10k

We’re delighted to continue our support of the Ørsted Great Grimsby 10k to help it go virtual in this unusual year. To find out more about how to participate in the virtual race, visit their website.