More about us and the Remarkable Partnerships approach

We are a consultancy helping charities create major, long-term corporate partnerships.

Sometimes charities wonder why their corporate partnerships aren’t growing? It could be that they are underselling themselves, or focusing on companies that don’t fit with their cause, or struggling to really engage and inspire companies.

We enable charities to improve their business development skills by being more engaging, focusing on the right prospects, developing compelling opportunities and securing more meetings with companies. In particular we focus on the importance of engaging companies on an emotional level and creating long-term, strategic corporate partnerships.

Meet our remarkable team


Jonathan Andrews

Jonathan is a corporate partnerships specialist with 20 years’ experience. He led successful fundraising teams at Alzheimer’s Society, Age Concern and Action for Children.

At Alzheimer’s Society, his team’s fundraising income increased from £4m to £16m in four years. He has secured major corporate partnerships including BT, Bupa, Credit Suisse, Intel and Santander. He is the co-founder of Byte Night, which has raised over £10 million for Action for Children. In 2013 he created Remarkable Partnerships to help charities and companies create transformational partnerships. He has published two industry reports and he was the project lead on corporate partnerships for the Commission on the Donor Experience. Jonathan leaves people feeling inspired and motivated to be more ambitious.


Andy King

Andy is an award-winning corporate partnerships manager, having been involved in the world of fundraising since 2012.

Andy is a results-driven charity and corporate partnerships specialist. His experience ranges from starting a corporate programme from scratch at East African Playgrounds to helping deliver a headline partnership with Deutsche Bank worth £1.2 million. Andy is motivated by working with charities and companies to utilise cutting-edge tools and models to create ambitious partnerships. In 2018, he was awarded ‘Best Fundraising Newcomer’ at the National Fundraising Awards and was named in the top “25 under 35 fundraisers” by Fundraising Magazine. He is the co-founder of highly popular Fixing Fundraising podcast and Chair of Trustees at Raising Futures Kenya. Andy is a highly motivating speaker and facilitator who inspires people to collaborate to create change.


Georgina Oxlade

Georgina grew up with fundraising in her blood and, as such, is a highly motivated corporate partnerships expert.

Georgina’s experience includes the Prince’s Trust, Children in Need and VSO. Whilst at Children in Need, she won and led the £12million a year principle partnership with Lloyds Banking Group – including designing and delivering a new outreach programme and customer campaign. Whilst at VSO, Georgina delivered large scale international corporate partnerships that helped deliver the charity’s mission. Georgina specialises in bringing purpose to the foreground, team upskilling, and performance analysis and reporting. Georgina is excited to bring her knowledge experience to a wide range of charities.


Briony Markham

Briony believes in the importance of relationships to achieve remarkable things, investing in people both internally and externally to build corporate partnerships which just make sense! 

Briony has specialised in Corporate Fundraising for over 20 years; recruiting and delivering exceptional partnerships and growing income.   She has worked at every sized charity from the NSPCC and Action for Children, to Tommy’s the Baby Charity and Child Bereavement UK, and with the small gardening charity, Greenfingers.  She is proud to have worked on purpose driven partnerships at each of these charities with companies including Barclays, Boots, Sainsbury’s, Homebase, and Busy Bees Nurseries and has also enjoyed a secondment with Microsoft.



Peter Chiswick

Peter is a Partnership Manager with over 20 years of corporate sector experience. As an award-winning results-driven corporate and charity specialist with an MA in Corporate Social Responsibility he’s passionate about developing remarkable partnerships.

Working for companies such as Thomson Reuters, Reed Elsevier and Sony, he’s experienced at developing high revenue, purpose-driven partnerships with major clients such as Google, BBC and KPMG. Peter has also delivered a number of internal innovative initiatives that focused on employee motivation and professional development. Awarded both Thomson Reuters and Sony Salesperson of the Year.

Recently Peter has successfully implemented a corporate fundraising strategy for a leading care home provider to engage and then develop long-term strategic corporate partnerships.

Peter is passionate about providing purpose-driven partnerships for both companies and charities.


Denise Cranston

Denise is a Corporate Charity Partnership professional who cares passionately about people and communities.

Denise has over 23 years’ experience working with Northern Irelands’ leading companies helping them to develop their strategy and approach to corporate responsibility. She has worked closely with Allstate NI, Liberty IT, Pwc, Openreach, Lidl, Henderson Group, to name a few, and a key part of her role has been to support companies with their Corporate Charity partnerships.

Denise is also well known for her work in the charity and social enterprise sectors. She has been instrumental in facilitating corporate charity matches and partnerships and she has personally been involved as a Trustee for a number of small local charities. She also played an important role in the development and management of Social Enterprise NI.

Denise is highly skilled at relationship management and helping to build purpose driven partnerships.


Nicola O'Donnell

Nicola is a corporate partnerships specialist with 16 years’ experience and is passionate about working with charities to create major, long-term shared-purpose corporate partnerships.

Nicola has led a successful corporate fundraising team at Rainbow Trust increasing income from 100k to 2.1 million,  securing a number of major corporate partnerships including Deutsche bank Nomura, Invesco, The Jockey Club, Cafe Rouge, and DHL.  Joining Momentum Children’s Charity, she went on to secure partnerships with ICAP, XL Catlin, Jupiter, Manulife, and Berkeley Homes.