Making The Great Get Together truly great

The Great Get Together is bringing together an amazing group of organisations - big and small - and we’d love you to join us.

Wondering how you can get involved? Look no further!

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The Big Lunch have teamed up with us to move their annual celebration and we’ve got more than a hundred other organisations involved from Help for Heroes to Amnesty International; the RNLI to the RSPB; the Scouts, the Guides, The Women's Institute and The Premier League. We’ve also got sports clubs, theatres and businesses joining in across the country.

Big Lunch
Countryside Alliance
The V&A
Help for Heroes
Premier League
The Royal British Legion
The Scouts
The WI
Trade Union Congress

Here is a full list of all of our great partners so far...

38 Degrees, Action for Children, Amnesty, Anne Frank Trust, Archbishop of Canterbury, Avaaz, Big Lunch, Board of Deputies, Bond, British Future, British Humanists, British Red Cross, Capital Mass, CBI, Change Britain, Chief Rabbi, CHOICE Hackney, Citizens UK, City of Sanctuary, Coop, Countryside Alliance, CUF, Cultures CIC, Dementia Care, English Heritage, English4All, Every-One & my company, Fuel Theatre, Future Catalyst, Girlguiding, Glastonbury, GMB, Help for Heroes, HOPE not hate, IMiX, International Alert, International Refugee Trust, Macmillan, Mumsnet/ Gransnet, Muslim Council of Britain, National Trust, National Union of Teachers, NCVO (National Council for Voluntary Organisations), Neighbourly, Neighbourly Places, NSPCC, NUS, Oasis Liverpool, Open Britain, Oxfam, Park Run, Premier League, Red Cross, Refugee Week, Restless Development, RNLI, Rotary, Royal Voluntary Service, RSPB, Save the Children, Seap Advocacy, Spitalfields City Farm, Stonewall, Streets Alive, Tell MAMA, The Catholic Church for Eng & Wales, The Challenge, The CLD Trust, The Interfaith Network, The Racing Centre, The Royal British Legion, The Scouts, Theatr Clwyd, Trade Union Congress, UNISON, UNITE, West London Synagogue, Women’s Institute.