Our partnership work

We work with a range of partners to provide activities and support to our clients that enable them to gain new and exciting experiences, and to see all of the wonderful opportunities that our community, and the wider community of London, has to offer.

This is crucial to enabling our often marginalised clients to feel like they are part of the community, as well as giving them the chance to enjoy social events and gain new skills and experiences.

Here we would like to share some of the amazing partnership work we have been able to offer.

Haberdashers’ Aske’s School: sports and activity days, and donations

SpeakStreet: additional ESOL classes and collaborations with the Skip Garden, Wellcome Collection, and others

British Museum: guided tours of exhibitions

St Paul’s Cathedral

Wallace Collection: opportunities for clients to engage with art and become gallery guides

Institute of Contemporary Art: life drawing classes for clients

NHS CLASH Service: health checks

Mary’s Community Partnership: gym and exercise programme

South Islington Library: reading programmes

Little Angels Theatre: puppetry and theatre programmes

The Unity Project: free legal advice and hot meals

As well as many others offering a range of support, as individuals or organisations. This collaborative approach enables us to offer a wider range of experiences to our clients, as well as enabling the community to really engage with those who use the Centre’s services: a mutually beneficial experience. Through this work, we have been able to offer horticultural programmes, art engagement programmes, and a whole range of new skills and experiences.

We are so grateful to our partners for the support they offer. If you would be interested in working in partnership with us, please get in touch.