Rapid Response
Network

Rapid Response
Network

To find out more about how your company can get involved, please contact us at partnerships@dec.org.uk or call us on 020 7255 9115​.

The Rapid Response Network is a group of key media and corporate partners who help us launch our emergency appeals at very short notice, getting the message out and making it easy for the UK public to donate quickly and seamlessly. They include the main national broadcasters, banks, technology partners, retail partners and others.

Rapid Response Network members

BBC logo

BBC

The BBC broadcasts an appeal after the news on launch night, providing their viewers with an easy way to help.

ITV logo

ITV

ITV broadcasts an appeal after the news on launch night, providing their viewers with an easy way to help.

Channel 4 logo

Channel 4

Channel 4 broadcasts an appeal after the news on launch night, providing their viewers with an easy way to help.

Channel 5 logo

Channel 5

Channel 5 broadcasts an appeal after the news on launch night, providing their viewers with an easy way to help.

Sky logo

Sky

Sky broadcasts our appeal after the news on launch night, providing their viewers with an easy way to help.

Radiocentre logo

Radiocentre

Radiocentre coordinates the appeal across commercial radio and audio, helping reach a large audience of listeners.

PayPal logo

PayPal

PayPal support DEC appeals by emailing all opted-in customers at launch, directing them to give via a dedicated fundraising page.

Natwest Group logo

NatWest Group

NatWest support DEC appeals by switching on a notification within their banking apps.

UK finance logo

UK Finance

UK Finance support DEC appeals by contacting their membership at launch, asking them to support the appeal in a variety of ways.

HSBC logo

HSBC

HSBC support DEC appeals by communicating the appeal internally across their employee intranet and through employee newsletters.

Barclays logo

Barclays

Barclays support DEC appeals by matching donations made by their employees.

BA logo

British Airways

BA support DEC appeals by holding in-flight collections.

City of London logo

City of London

The City of London support DEC appeals by hosting events which raise awareness and start new conversations.

Big Give logo

The Big Give

The Big Give support DEC appeals by launching match-giving campaigns.

Liverpool FC logo

Liverpool FC

LFC support DEC appeals by donating signed shirts to be auctioned off.

Siemens logo

Siemens

Siemens support DEC appeals by making donations quickly at launch.

Morrisons logo

Morrisons

Morrisons support DEC appeals by posting on their social media channels and collecting donations at their tills.

Co-op logo

Co-op

The Co-op support DEC appeals by holding collections at checkout.

Greggs logo

Greggs

Greggs support DEC appeals by giving the option to donate at their tills.

NewsNow logo

NewsNow

NewsNow provide space on their website's homepage to promote DEC appeals.

A laptop with the Paypal donation platform on screen

CASE STUDY: PAYPAL

PayPal raise millions of pounds for our appeals. They amplify DEC appeals by sending an email communication out to all opted-in PayPal customers at appeal launch. At the same time, they improve supporter experience by creating a dedicated fundraising page and using their “Give at Checkout” initiative.

Their email directing people to the dedicated fundraising pages raised an incredible £598,000 for the DEC Coronavirus Appeal and £1,320,000 for Cyclone Idai, before Gift Aid.

The DEC notification displays on the Natwest Banking App

CASE STUDY: NATWEST GROUP

The Natwest Group introduced a notification prompting users to donate to the DEC Coronavirus Appeal in its banking apps, with incredible results.

The notification pop-up was live between October 2020 and January 2021 in the Natwest, Ulster Bank and Royal Bank apps, and raised an incredible £356,000 for the appeal.

Get in touch

To discuss how your company can partner with the DEC, please contact the team.