Our partners Funders & supporters Funders & Supporters We work with a number of partners. The more we collaborate with partners, the more access to clothing we can provide to those who need it most. If you would like to discuss how we can work together, please contact us. Click on the logo to read more about our partners. The Daisy Trust is a charity working in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham.It raises funds to provide grants to local causes who seek money for worthwhile projects and initiatives that contribute towards the Borough being a better and stronger community. We are a local charity that helps provide for the needs of people living in the old Metropolitan Borough of Fulham, London. The Rotary Club of London is the premier Rotary Club in Britain. We have a list of activities, events, and causes that we dedicate our time to. A traditional English pub offering a friendly and welcoming service to all our customers, old and new. Located right near Putney Bridge tube station. The main purposes of the RPLC are outlined as being to further all, or any, of the following in the Benefit Area: the support of the elderly and those in need, the care of people suffering ill health or hardship and any other charitable purposes for the benefit of the local community. Established in April 2015, the Wandsworth Grant Fund (WGF) provides all small grants (£500 to £10,000) for community and voluntary sector organisations in the borough to undertake activities for up to 12 months. Back in 2008, Inoculand Ltd was founded as an environmental services company. Besides being a London company which is specialised in pest control, we also feel that we must give back to our community all the trust that we have been given. Therefore, we have created a Diversity and Community program. Our aim is to support any organizations and institutions that offer social aids through any means. Scratch Hub is the perfect home for London's creatives, entrepreneurs, social enterprises, freelancers, and small businesses, creating a collaborative culture for members to share skills, exchange feedback and spark new connections. We are delighted to be gifted membership of the Battersea Arts Centre’s Scratch Hub Springboard 2019/20 membership programme. Meet the current members here. Link UP has been mobilising skills in the borough of Wandsworth since 2016. We moved into Lambeth in 2018 and are planning to expand into other boroughs in the coming years. Through our Skilled Volunteering and ReLaunch programmes we have brought over 100 local Individuals and 50 Social Good Organisations together in meaningful ways. We work closely with local Social Good Organisations, Individuals and Companies to connect communities and help them overcome their distinctive challenges together. The Truemark Trust makes grants to other charitable bodies ‘for the relief of all kinds of social distress and disadvantage’. Donations are mostly made to small local charities dealing with disadvantage, with preferences to neighbourhood based community projects and for innovatory work with ‘less popular’ groups.