Partner with us

Partner with us

Parent Talk is an award-winning parenting advice service. Last year we supported 540,000 parents through online advice and chat, including 7,000 one-to-one conversations. Parent Talk can only exist thanks to generous donors. You can play a vital role in ensuring that we’re there for families exactly when they need us.

Partner with us
Partner with us
Why we urgently need your support

Budget cuts and closures mean fewer children and their parents can access local children’s centres, leaving many to cope – or not cope – by themselves. Most parents arrive at Parent Talk when they are searching the internet for advice and help. So we’re there for families when they need us most.

“My teen is addicted to gaming and it’s got worse because of Covid. He refuses to sleep and when I tell him to stop he ignores me. Last night I turned the wi-fi off and he lashed out at me. My husband tells me I’m making a fuss over nothing but I want to just leave this house and never come back.”

of queries to the 1:1 online chat in 2021 were from parents concerned about their child’s mental health and wellbeing.


of queries to the 1:1 online chat in 2021 were from parents concerned about their child’s additional needs.

How we can help

We offer free support for parents and carers of children aged 0-19 in the UK. Where a child has special educational needs, we can support up to age 25.

We aim to provide a welcoming space for all parents and carers, whatever their background and experiences. Our advice articles offer guidance on a range of issues and our chat service is available for more in-depth support.

Our service is accredited by Helpline Standards, a nationally recognised quality standard. All our advice is provided by our experienced parenting coaches.


“Thank you for helping me at a very difficult moment. Your response was exactly what I needed to help me keep going when I was ready to give up”

Partners and supporters

Partnership opportunities for corporate partners

Families are at breaking point. By funding Parent Talk, you can empower parents and give children the bright futures they deserve. We support parents with a wide range of issues, from development and behaviour to mental health.

What can we offer you

We have a range of different partnership options available.

Depending on the partnership and what your organisation would like from us, we could:

  • Acknowledge your support and offer opportunities for brand exposure.
  • Offer webinars for your employees, delivered by our experienced parenting coaches.
  • Provide skills-based volunteering opportunities for your employees.
  • Report on the impact of the service and share emotive stories demonstrating how your support is helping vulnerable families.
Option 1: sponsor the service for one year

This would enable us to support 500,000 families with information, advice and guidance. It would also allow our parenting coaches to support with 10,000 1-1 conversations.

Option 2: sponsor a parenting coach for one year

This would enable us to support at least 1,200 families with free advice through an extra parenting coach. If you prefer, this can focus on a specific region. For example, if you're based in Glasgow, you could sponsor a parenting coach based in Glasgow to create the biggest impact for families in your local area.

Option 3: sponsor a specialist parenting team for one year

This would enable us to support around 1,000 families with our 1:1 chat service and reach 40,000 parents with our information, advice and guidance. We can tailor this support to a specific need or theme e.g. mental health or special educational needs.

Option 4: sponsor an innovation project

Help us innovate and expand our service to include an expert forum, packages of ongoing support and multimedia content. This would enable us to support around 10,000 parents with our information, advice and guidance.

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Sponsored content

We can showcase your brand to your target audience, this could include featuring your logo on the content hub page, or on articles.


“The initiative or service that has done the most to support whole families to help their children lead healthy, happy and fulfilling lives safe from harm.”

In 2021 the service won The Family Support Award in the Children’s and Young People Now Awards.