Bench Outreach (South East London)
Bench is a Christian charity which helps vulnerable people overcome drug and alcohol dependence, find decent homes and lead lives that have meaning and purpose.

Foundation for Relief & Reconciliation in the Middle East
The Foundation for Relief and Reconciliation in the Middle East (FRRME) is a non-profit organisation founded in 2005 to support the work of Canon Andrew White, widely known as the Vicar of Baghdad. They promote conflict resolution in the Middle East, and provide humanitarian relief and economic rejuvenation in areas where conflict has caused poverty and hardship.

Marsha Phoenix (Lewisham)
Marsha Phoenix Memorial Trust is a Supported Housing Project for single homeless young women aged 16 to 25. They have two hostels, both in Lewisham, one in Brockley and one in New Cross.

Samara’s Aid Appeal
Started by a mum with a conscience, Samara’s Aid Appeal is a self-funded and practical charity, which provides textiles and humanitarian aid to people (especially children) in the conflict-ridden Middle East.

The Shonda Project (Kenya)
The Shonda Project is a small independent charity which has helped provide Kenyan children with affordable primary education for over 16 years.

Wave (Eastern Europe)
Wave is a project serving local people and communities and building bridges among divided communities through the Protestant churches that host Wave’s projects. Wave has a unique way of connecting people and communities through educational programmes. It does this through a network of volunteers, organisations and churches.

Welcare (South East)
Welcare is a charity supporting parents with children aged 0-19 years. They work from eight centres across London and East Surrey, helping parents who might otherwise be isolated or find it tough to cope, strengthening families so that they can give children the best possible start in life.

XLP (Lewisham)
XLP works with young people in Lewisham to help them conquer adversity and get a head start in life.