Our Charity Partners
Supporting our chosen charities Norwood and Grief Encounter is very important to us and is a huge driver for what we do. As a team we are fully committed to supporting these great causes, together with several individual charities, in a variety of ways. If you would like to know more about any of the initiatives mentioned below, please click-through to their websites.

Norwood is one of the largest charities in the UK that supports vulnerable children and their families, children with special educational needs and people with learning disabilities and autism.
Norwood website

grief encounter
Grief Encounter is a leading UK bereavement charity, offering free, professional support to bereaved children, young people and their families. Our qualified team offer face-face and online therapeutic services, including grieftalk, our national, free helpline, open weekdays, 9am – 9pm which can be reached on 0808 802 0111 or via grieftalk@griefencounter.org.uk. We also offer best practice bereavement training and support to schools, professionals and organisations.
Grief Encounter website

Jamal Edwards Delve-2
Jamal Edwards Delve (JE Delve) is a grassroots youth work charity delivering weekly, open-access sessions across youth centres in Acton for young people ages 11 – 21. We focus on providing safe spaces and opportunities for positive engagement in music, filmmaking, mental health and employment for young people. Our vision is that all children & young people have access to high quality youth services and safe spaces which enable them to be happy, healthy and thrive. We support young people through their critical life transitions by developing relationships which are equal, reliable and trustworthy.
JE Delve website

shadow 2 shine
Shadow To Shine works with disadvantaged 16–25-year-olds to help them achieve their professional and entrepreneurial goals. Shadow To Shine offers employability training, professional development, long-term career mentoring and work opportunities to break down the barriers that many inner city youth face.
Shadow To Shine website