About us Our partners Our partners Working together . Partnership is fundamental to the way we work. In our education programme, we collaborate with hundreds of individual schools, tailoring our input to meet local needs and have a lasting impact. We work with lots of community partners and, for example, we commission artists to enrich our ambassador training. We have great relationships with our donors and corporate partners, and strong links with national and local Government. blank Our Anne Frank partners While we are an entirely independent charity, we have special relationships with the two leading international Anne Frank organisations. We are the official UK education partner of the Anne Frank House Amsterdam. We meet regularly to share learning with the House’s other education partners from across the world. Many of our learning materials have been developed from the House’s resources, expertise and support. Our staff, supporters and young people receive a special welcome at the House when visiting Amsterdam. We are grateful for the support of the Anne Frank Fonds in Basel, Switzerland. Founded by Anne’s father Otto, the Fonds (or foundation) is responsible for the global distribution of the Diary and other resources of the Frank family estate. The Fonds generously allows us to use Anne’s writings and family photographs in our educational work in Britain. blank Our strategic partnerships We are active members of several multi-agency bodies, including: The Anti-Bullying Alliance – member of the Racist and Faith-Targeted Bullying Group The Belong Network – chairing the network of recipients of Race, Faith and Hate Crime Grants European Network for Countering Antisemitism – founder member The Holocaust Memorial Day Trust – member of the Partners Group National Council for Voluntary Organisations blank If you would like to work in partnership with us, we would love to hear from you. Contact us here.