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Who we work with

Changing lives

We work with businesses, charities and like-minded people who are similarly motivated to give back to society and improve lives or surroundings wherever possible. We are keen to collaborate where we can see a clear opportunity to champion people, communities, our planet and entrepreneurs, or to back causes and campaigns that truly make a difference. We do this across four areas: Mental Health & Wellbeing, Education, Safer Gambling, and Our Community.

The Oppo Foundation

Helps military veterans, their family and dependents, return to civilian life. Leaving the military is about more than a career change; it is an identity change and means leaving behind a support network and community. Projects include Team OppO, which champions people into sport.

Playground Theatre

A thriving local theatre in Kensington and Chelsea, which also offers outreach projects such as Well Read, which promotes wellbeing in the community. Originally a bus depot, the Theatre is a place for innovative artists of all disciplines to ‘play’ with their imaginative ideas.

Better Change

With a tagline of ‘protect from gambling harm’ Better Change is about tackling gambling addiction and the connected issues such as homelessness. They do it by partnering with operators to help them raise standards through improved compliance, innovative social responsibility strategies, and safer gambling tools.

The Abbey Centre

This community hub for south Westminster provides a community space and a range of programmes, activities and opportunities to support local residents and community organisations. With a focus on health and wellbeing, the charity aims to improve lives and opportunities of locals.


Our work to raise money for DEC’s Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal is a good example of how we flex our giving back to make sure it goes where it is most needed. In this instance, the DEC and its local partners provided food, water, shelter, and medical assistance for the Ukraine.

The Felix Project

The aim is simple: to tackle hunger and help the most vulnerable in our society. They collect and deliver surplus fresh food and distribute it to charities and schools so they can provide health meals.

The Girls’ Network

No girl's future should be limited by her background, gender or parental income. To help shape the future generation, the Girls' Network partners with secondary schools and colleges to match girls aged 14-19 with a female mentor.

The Kids Network

This network is a community of children and volunteer mentors who connect through fun, friendship and hardship for positive social change. It supports children by providing them with a mentor – a local hero – from their London community.

Change Please

This is where social enterprise and coffee expertise blend. Every cup of coffee helps change someone’s life for the better. All profit helps people experiencing homelessness, a living wage job, housing or other issues, a fresh shot at life.

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