We have a range of office spaces that are available to registered charities and other not-for-profit organisations, with a preference for organisations which support disadvantaged people in London. Here are some organisations that currently call Resource for London home:
An organisation campaigning for Deaf people using British Sign Language to empower and improve their life chances.
Cloudesley makes health and welfare grants to Islington residents
and organisations, and also provides funding for Islington’s Church
of England churches.
If you’ve experienced hate crime, sexual violence or domestic abuse, we’re here for you. We also support lesbian, gay, bi, trans and queer people who have had problems with the police or have questions about the criminal justice system.
Providing advocacy, support and specialist services to Foreign National, black and minority ethnic groups affected by the social, criminal justice and immigration systems.
Kudos is the in-house caterer for Resource for London. The Kudos team are passionate about fresh, local food and producers and have over 35 years of experience.
At the forefront of classical music education in disadvantaged secondary schools, Music in Secondary Schools Trust (MiSST) transform the lives of young people through its unrivalled programme of excellence.
Providing quality assurance and training for supplementary
schools, Saturday classes, mother-tongue tuition.
Our Time is a charity providing interventions for children and young people whose parents have a mental illness. We help to increase their resilience and reduce their risk of developing mental health problems later in life.
RightsInfo builds knowledge and support for human rights in the UK by producing engaging, accessible and beautifully-presented online human rights content.
Is a registered charity that works to improve the quality of life in the UK by reducing economic and social inequality.
Because more equal societies work better for everyone .
Acting as a bridge builder; bringing the Traveller communities, service providers and policy makers together.
The trade union representing around 3,200 members
working in social housing, supported housing and care &
support across the Greater London area.
Women’s Aid is the national charity working to end domestic abuse against women and children.