A number of businesses and organisations have supported PACT over the years in time, money, advice and many other ways. We are very grateful to them all and couldn't have reached where we are today without their support.
Thames Valley Housing
Thames Valley Housing Association Community Chest funded the Alana House weekly job club for 20 weeks in 2017.
the7stars foundation has funded a PACT Bounce Back 4 Kids (BB4K) course to help children who have witnessed domestic abuse
My Claim Solved
Thanks to My Claim Solved who recently donated £500 to PACT. Find out more about My Claim Solved by visiting
Percy & Reed
Thanks to Percy & Reed Salon and Products who collectively donated £650 to PACT.
SSE supported PACT's Alana House in 2016 by giving up a day to paint the crèche.
Grant Thornton chose PACT as their charity partner, raising over £7000 between June 2014 and December 2015.
Turpin & Miller
Turpin & Miller continue to to support PACT through various activities including Easter Egg collections, taking part in Christmas Jumper Day and a member of their staff ran the London Marathon for PACT. They also sponsored Dinner at the Ashmolean raising over £15,000.
Berkshire Community Foundation
Thanks to Berkshire Community Foundation for supporting our BB4K programme and Alana House.
Thame Town Council
Thank you to Thame Town Council for a grant towards our BB4K programme.
Oxfordshire Community Foundation/Sovereign Making a Difference Programme
Thank you to Oxfordshire Community Foundation/Sovereign Making a Difference Programme for a grant towards our BB4K programme.
The Shanly Foundation
The Shanly Foundation has supported the FACTS service with a second donation of £10,000.
Turners Court Youth Trust
Turners Court Youth Trust recently supported PACT's Bounce Back 4 Kids programme with a donation of £3,500.
Police and Crime Commissioner
The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner donated £12,220 for counselling services at Alana House.
The Oxford Diocesan Council for Social Work
Back in 1911 PACT was the idea of the then Bishop of Oxford and was established as the social welfare arm of the Anglican Diocese of Oxford. Today PACT continues to be supported by the Diocese in the area of nurturing family life.
Reading Buses chose PACT as their Charity of the Year in 2013, raising over £7500 and awareness of PACT.
The Wooden Spoon
The Wooden Spoon - the charity of the rugby community donated £10,000 towards the building of our family therapy room in Reading
The Northumberland Day Nursery
The Northumberland Day Nursery in Reading has supported PACT for the last three years and we appreciate their continued support.
Network Rail have donated £5,000 towards our FACTs bursary - therapeutic services for adopted and fostered children.
Harveys furniture store in Reading gave £4,000-worth of furniture for our family therapy room and nominated PACT as their charity of the year 2013.
The Co-Operative Membership Community Fund has given £1,995 for Alana House - our centre for vulnerable women in Reading along with £2,000 to our FACTS service.
Sage in Winnersh have donated Christmas gifts and Easter Eggs for PACT families
Clarify in Theale have supported PACT for many years by allowing their staff to volunteer for a day to wrap Christmas gifts for PACT families.
Vale of Aylesbury Housing
PACT has been awarded an Aylesbury Vale community chest grant of £780 for therapeutic support for PACT families living in Aylesbury.