Our consultants are thoroughly vetted through a formalised recruiting process and undergo a training programme with guidance from our professional mentors. Each of our projects span the course of 8-10 weeks and are staffed with 4-6 consultants, including a project team leader, with oversight by our consulting director. Our parent organisation provides methods of recruiting, training and guidelines on consulting methodology which has resulted in incredibly high rates of client satisfaction.
Aspyre Africa is a charity operating in Senegal, dedicated to young people which links beneficiaries, NGOs, training providers and businesses in a meaningful and sustainable manner. It offers solid experience in the child rights sector, a thorough understanding of the local reality in Senegal, a wide network of trusted partners and contacts, and a direct connection to young people in need of support.
Fibra is an artist residency intending to provide 10 international, London-based artists with the opportunity to spend one month between January and February 2017 in Colombia’s urban and rural locations, to observe and participate in the textile-centred practices of its communities. It intends to create a bridge between international contemporary art practitioners and the world’s best textile workers living in Colombia.
GCU Academy (Great Commission United Academy) is a youth community organisation, based in Cape Town (South Africa). It promotes physical education to tackle crime and unemployment in South Africa. It provides academic tutoring, physical activity, a prehab for teenagers who are vulnerable to gangsters and a feeding schemes for children in disadvantages areas in Cape Town.
Glowbalact is Swiss based NGO with a daughter organization in Israel. They are actively committed to the goal of ending modern day slavery. Their work includes prevention and immediate response to those who need their help. Glowbalact organizes fundraising events, serves as official donation platform and is actively involved as a streetwork Team in Zurich and Tel Aviv.
GRAZAD is based on a rebellious spirit to offer luxury leather goods at a revolutionary price, while leading the way for socially conscious business. They aim at providing better materials, lower prices, with a social impact. All their goods are rigorously handmade in Italy and they are only collaborating with ethical suppliers in Africa.
Kids with a Cause Europe (KWACE) is a Swiss organization aimed at introducing children to philanthropy. KWACE reaches out to local Swiss schools (mostly primary schools) to assist students coordinate their own social impact project to raise funds for a charity their choice. They aim at enabling kids to make a difference and increasing their awareness of the importance of social impact.
Plant-for-the-Planet is a global movement with an ambitious goal: to engage kids to fight the climate crisis by planting trees around the world. The organisation has a sub-campaign called Change Chocolate. It advocates carbon free and fair trade chocolate, where profits go to planting more trees. Plant-for-the-Planet has received support from the UNEP.
Stories On Our Plate (SOOP) is a social enterprise that uses food to challenge the marginalisation of refugees living in the UK. SOOP has a culinary training programme for refugees to increase career prospects in the UK; story-based supper clubs and pop-up dining experiences. By celebrating differences through the shared experience of a meal SOOP opens up new possibilities and ideas of belonging, and this is what underlines its philosophy.
Three Faiths Forum (3FF) is one of the UK’s leading interfaith organisations. For nearly twenty years, it has worked to build good relations between people of different faiths, beliefs and cultures in schools, universities, places of work and worship. They run education, engagement and action programmes that bring diverse communities together and try to break down barriers and find ways for people to work together to improve their communities and society.
Yamas is a luxury fair-trade yoga brand working exclusively with women’s collectives and artisans in Morocco. Yamas also supports independent artisans, skilled in age-old disciplines of carpentry and painting. By supporting these Moroccan traditions, they aim to reconceptualise the way of interacting with these art forms. In this way, they produce high-quality fashion garments in an authentic and ethical way.
Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) is an umbrella organisation uniting 13 member charities drawn from the leading UK aid charities. Since launching in 1967, the DEC has successfully run 67 appeals and raised more than £1.4billion. DEC is responsible for co-ordinating disaster relief fundraising efforts among its member charities; which include ActionAidUK, the British Red Cross and Care International.
Move For Humanity is a not-for-profit enterprise with a platform for social inclusion on humanitarian issues. Defined by a collective of young voices speaking out and standing up for humanity and initiated in response to the European refugee crisis, the group has been directly active in France and Austria. They provide care packages, hot meals and clothes to over 2,500 people. They aim to work together with skilled volunteers and other large organisations involved to provide direct and efficient aid to those in the refugee camps.
RECOWAS is a rural water supply and purification social enterprise. Based in Tanzania, the business drills boreholes and purifies the extracted water using Morgina Oleifera seed powder. The water is then supplied at public water points or piped into existing infrastructure in remote Tanzanian communities. With less than half of rural Tanzania having access to clean water, this project aims to raise village living standards through the provision of clean and affordable water.