We would not have been able to achieve what we have over the years without the support from the amazing organisations we’ve collaborated with:
The #iwill Fund: Launched in November 2016 to support the #iwill campaign’s goals in England, which is aiming to make social action the norm for young people aged 10-20.
Act Build Change: A learning community for change makers.
Active Youth: A Lithuania-based for-purpose organisation that unites young leaders, thinkers and doers, those who seek change and those who make change.
The Advocacy Academy: An activist youth movement of leaders fighting for justice and equality.
Art Against Knives: Early intervention to prevent young people from becoming victims or perpetrators of violent crime. They embed creative spaces in London’s most isolated communities, co-designed with young people, that build on their strengths and create opportunity
Asociación Mojo de Caña: A national non-profit that manages, organizes, produces and promotes social, cultural, training and European mobility projects.
Big Issue Invest: The UK’s first ‘social merchant bank,’ by social entrepreneurs, for social entrepreneurs.
Box to Box Films: Compelling and narrative-driven sports content with never-seen-before footage and unprecedented access.
Coalition of Anti-Racist Educators: Calling for educators across the country to join them in creating their own videos on how they plan to teach out loud and transform the places and processes of learning they are part of, whether this be schools, universities, youth groups, trade unions or any other educational institution and workplace.
City and Islington College: A further education college in the London Borough of Islington, England, established in 1993. The college has four major centres throughout the borough, including a dedicated sixth form centre
Community Organisers Limited: A national charity, and the membership body and training organisation for community organising in England.
Cooperate Islington: A consortium of local cooperatives and co-op organisers, working in partnership with Islington Council. They provide one-to-one advice, training sessions, funding, workspace, networking opportunities and other resources and support.
Cripplegate Foundation: As well as grants, offers a range of resources to Islington’s residents and voluntary organisations.
East End Community Foundation: A grant-maker and philanthropy advisor dedicated to improving lives in the East End.
Forward UK: The African women-led women’s rights organisation working to end violence against women and girls.
Gaziantep Local Youth Group: A Turkish youth group delivering Erasmus projects for young people across Europe.
Hatch Enterprise: Supporting underrepresented entrepreneurs to imagine, launch and grow sustainable and impactful businesses through tailored support, community and partnerships.
Institute of Contemporary Arts: An artistic and cultural centre on The Mall in London, just off Trafalgar Square. Located within Nash House, part of Carlton House Terrace, near the Duke of York Steps and Admiralty Arch, the ICA contains galleries, a theatre, two cinemas, a bookshop and a bar.
Isla Foundation: Focuses on serving organisations and individuals that provide vital help to the most vulnerable in society. The aim is to create maximum positive social impact at a local community level.
Islington Giving: Working closely with inspiring local organisations to address poverty and inequality in Islington.
London Community Foundation: A charity specialising in supporting community-based organisations focused on helping disadvantaged London.
London Youth: A charity on a mission to improve the lives of young people in London, challenging them to become the best they can.
MAC UK: Transforming the health, social and economic inequalities of excluded groups.
Medact: Supporting health professionals from all disciplines to work together towards a world in which everyone can truly achieve and exercise their human right to health.
Media Trust: Working in partnership with the media and creative industry to give marginalised groups and young people a stronger voice.
Mildmay Community Centre: A multi-functional facility that brings the local community together, to reduce social isolation in our efforts to improve community cohesion.
New Economy Organisers Network (NEON): Hands-on support and training for campaigners, organisers, communications and operations teams working across social movements.
Nesta: The UK’s innovation agency for social good
Paul Hamlyn Foundation: One of the largest independent grant-makers in the UK. They use their resources to support social change, working towards a just and equitable society in which everyone, especially young people, can realise their full potential and enjoy fulfilling and creative lives.
Positive Money: Reimagining money, banks and our economy for the wellbeing of people, communities, and our planet.
Pupil Power: A student-led movement aiming to educate and engage young people on educational policy that affects them and their experience of school.
Random Acts, Channel 4: The world’s best creative films, from established names and new artistic talent, and from avant-garde visual art to music video, spoken word and eye-popping animation
Shelter: A registered charity that campaigns to end homelessness and bad housing in Great Britain.
Soapbox Islington: An Islington Council funded youth provision for those aged 13 upwards
Sound Connections: Work in partnership to strengthen the music sector, bridge gaps in provision and deliver landmark music programmes.
SPACE4: Home to a community of technology activists and social innovators.
The School for Social Entrepreneurs: Run courses that equip people to start, scale and strengthen organisations that make a positive difference.
The Winch: Based in North Camden, their mission is to help each child succeed, regardless of their circumstances, by giving them the opportunities and support they need.
UK Youth: A leading charity working across the UK, with influence as a sector-supporting infrastructure body, a direct delivery partner and a campaigner for social change.
Wired4Music: A network of Londoners aged 16-25, all interested in music. From music makers and radio producers to techies and budding A&Rs, Wired4Music connects people from every corner of the capital.