London Youth 

 London Youth is a charity on a mission to improve the lives of young people in London, challenging them to become the best they can. Young people need opportunities outside school to have fun with their friends, to learn new skills, to make a positive change in their communities and to shape the city they live in.


National Association of Youth Justice

The National Association for Youth Justice (NAYJ) is the only individual membership organisation which exclusively campaigns for the rights of and justice for children in trouble with the law.



NCVO represent over 16,000 voluntary organisations, charities, community groups and social enterprises across England. They support members by developing practical resources designed to support the day-to-day running of their organisations, saving them time to focus on their beneficiaries.


Social Enterprise Development 

Social Enterprise Mark CIC is an award-winning international social enterprise accreditation authority, which recognises and builds the capabilities of social enterprises as competitive, sustainable businesses, dedicated to maximising social impact.


Alliance For Youth Justice

The Alliance for Youth Justice (AYJ) brings together over 70 organisations, advocating for and with children to drive positive change in youth justice in England and Wales.


Our memberships



Our Partners

St Giles Trust

St Giles Trust is a charity that works with people facing disadvantages such as homelessness, long-term unemployment, an offending background, addiction, severe poverty and involvement in gangs.


Safer London

Safer London Foundation was set up to improve the safety and wellbeing of young people in London affected by violence and crime.