Living Streets works with local communities to improve local environments and get more people out walking.
Our partners and funders
Rain-Wave are all about enjoying life’s adventures-whatever the weather. They love being active outdoors and thanks to their support we can help you feel a little more stylish while you are out and about on foot.
Hi-Tec are committed to keeping people active and healthy in their daily lives. Thanks to their support of Living Streets, we were able to make National Walking Month even more exciting with great prizes to give away.
Start-rite have been promoting the importance of having children's feet properly measured and fitted with quality footwear to support long term healthy foot development since 1792. Thanks to Start-rite's support of Living Streets, more children are able to be involved with our Walk to School campaign.
As part of their education programme, Barratt Homes, David Wilson Homes & Ward Homes are committed to encouraging more children to Walk to School and in October 2013 have chosen to provide a number schools in the South East of England with all the materials they require to take part in International Walk to School Month.
Rail Life is Network Rail’s rail safety awareness campaign for young people. They are supporting Walk to School Week 2013 and helping educate schoolchildren about safety, particularly at railway crossings, on their route to school.
Klipsch have been producing premium quality audio products for almost 70 years and their support of Living Streets enables us to make National Walking Month even more exciting with a touch of musical luxury
Southern are committed to encouraging sustainable door to door journeys. Through our joint working, the Living Streets Walk Doctors have helped Southern passengers take a more active approach to the first and last mile of their journey.
Equity is committed to promoting health and wellbeing in its local communities. Thanks to its support, more children in Stockport are able to take part in Living Streets' Walk to School activities.
Travel Actively - funded by the Big Lottery Fund
Several of our projects to promote walking at school, work and within communities are part of a group of projects being delivered by Travel Actively, a consortium of the leading walking, cycling and health organisations funded through the Big Lottery Fund's Wellbeing Programme.
As one of the leading UK businesses working to help combat climate change, the Co-operative Group sponsors Walk to Work Week. Its support enables Living Streets to encourage more people to travel actively thereby resulting in more healthy and sustainable living.
As part of their ongoing commitment to the environment and its future, Pure are supporting Walk to Work Week.
Start, the Prince of Wales’s initiative which helps people across the UK lead more sustainable lives, and Eurostar, whose Tread Lightly programme opens the way to sustainable travel across Europe, are supporting Living Streets to help get more children walking to school. Thanks to their support, 30 schools across London will be able to take part in the Living Streets Walk to School campaign.
M&S has helped get more UK children walking to school by supporting Living Streets' Walk to School Week, which takes place in May each year.
The Department for Transport partially funds the Walk to School campaign in England.
The Scottish Government has funded our walk to school initiatives and community engagement work in Scotland.
Change4Life is a nationwide movement which aims to help us all eat better, move more and live longer.
Professional membership organisation for promoting and facilitating sustainable travel choices.
The UK local authority school travel forum. Shares knowledge amonst school travel professionals.
Transport for London support our work in London.
The Ashden Trust helps us to support our local campaigning networks and increase the number of people taking action in their area.
The City Bridge Trust provides funding to support our work promoting walking and enabling Londoners to take action on better streets, as well as raising awareness of the importance of the walking environment.
The Esmee Fairbairn Foundation funds Living Streets’ People and Places policy work.
A partnership committed to promoting walking for health and the development of multi-use path networks in Scotland. Support our schools and community work in Scotland.
The 1970 Trust
The 1970 Trust has supported our work on the Responsible Parking Bill in Scotland
We have sponsorship opportunities for our Walk to School Campaign, Walk to Work Week and our Community Projects. Contact Annabel Swanston, firstname.lastname@example.org, to discuss the right opportunity for you.