About us Who we work with Coram Beanstalk recognises that we can have a greater impact by working with partners. You can find out more about our campaigns and partnerships below. QA, the UK's leading business IT and training company, has chosen Coram Beanstalk as their charity partner of the year for 2019. This exciting partnership will see QA employees both volunteering their time and fundraising to support children with their reading skills. Find out more about the partnership McCarthy & Stone, the UK's leading retirement house builder, has chosen Coram Beanstalk as its 2019 charity partnership enabling the two organisations to work together to support more children with their reading whilst embracing inter-generational volunteering. Find out more St. George's shopping centre in Harrow, London, has pledged its to support Coram Beanstalk in 2019 and will host workshops and fundraisers throughout the year to help support the charity's mission. Find out more Read On. Get On. brings together charities, literacy organisations and individuals to work towards the bold aim of getting all of our children reading well by the age of 11, by 2025.Find out more Coram Beanstalk worked in partnership with Save the Children from 2013-2018, helping us to support over 21,000 children.Find out more Coram Beanstalk was a member of the European Literacy Policy Network (ELINET), which consisted of 80 partner organisations from 28 countries from across Europe, gathering and analysing policy information, sharing good practices and raising awareness of literacy issues. Find out more Coram Beanstalk is a member of the National Literacy Forum, which brings together organisations to inform national literacy policy, create opportunities for collaborative working and influence policy through collective expertise. Find out more In 2011 Coram Beanstalk launched the award-winning ‘Get London Reading’ campaign with the London Evening Standard. The campaign raised over £1 million (including £500,000 from the Mayor’s Fund for London) and has helped over 2,300 children in 300 schools.