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Platinum 100

Join our Platinum 100 supporters club and help us to grow the number of schools that we work in and the number of students that we impact.

Our Platinum 100 club brings together business leaders and philanthropists, who are all connected through a common passion to help young people in areas of high child poverty reach their full potential.

Platinum 100 members are invited to a series of exclusive social and business events throughout the year, including our debate breakfasts hosted in London and Manchester and events at The House of Lords, The House of Commons and No. 10 Downing Street. Members are welcome to get as involved as they want to, some have even chaired and participated in the debates themselves!

It’s an inspiring and innovative network of influential leaders and change makers. Thanks to the Platinum 100 supporters we are able to grow year on year, knowing that we can deliver over the long term.

For more information about joining the Platinum 100 Club please contact Georgia Parkin: georgia@debatemate.com.

To support Debate Mate’s charitable work we design and deliver bespoke communications training workshops for companies across the world.

For more information please visit the Debate Mate Limited website.

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Individual Contribution

All support is appreciated! If you are individual interested in making a one-off donation to Debate Mate please do so through our JustGiving Page. Please see below for where your generous support is being spent.

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How your money is spent

£150

funds a students
to take part in our 17 week Debate programme for one year

£1,800

match funds a school’s contribution
to run our 17 week Debate programme for one year, allowing us to teach up to 72 students with up to 4 mentors.

£3,600

fully funds a school
to run our 17 week Debate programme for one year, allowing us to teach up to 72 students with up to 4 mentors.