Founded by our Fellows, our ventures have been backed by Nesta, WeWork, Bethnal Green Ventures and The Mayor of London – plus they’ve been featured in The Financial Times, The Guardian, VICE, The Evening Standard and many more.

Collectively, they have generated over £3,000,000 revenue and reached over 15,000 beneficiaries – from gang members and homeless teens to isolated older people and refugee women.

  • Untold

    Untold is a creative programme for residents in temporary accommodation, supporting participants to create pieces of art about the things that matter to them.

  • Telescope

    Telescope is the insights programme linking the policy and social sectors. They aim to build understanding and collaboration between people making policy and those tackling issues on the frontline.

  • Pomegranate Workshops

    Pomegranate Workshops supports asylum seekers & refugees, by using creative, expressive art classes to help their wellbeing.

  • Juta

    Juta (জুতা), meaning shoe in Bengali, makes and sells upcycled leather espadrilles with socially marginalised women in East London.

  • Ranwö

    Ranwö is a virtual assistant platform empowering, educating and supporting struggling single mothers by providing them with flexible jobs.

  • The Visionaries

    The Visionaries aims to become the modern Rite of Passage, offering young people from across the country a journey of self-discovery.

  • bloom six

    A social enterprise that recruits, place, and trains talented learning mentors in alternative provision schools, to enable students to flourish.

  • Bread & Roses

    Bread & Roses is a social enterprise set up to address the financial and social isolation suffered by refugee women as a result of the debilitating UK asylum process.

  • Element

    Element is an arts programme for young people leaving care, culminating in public exhibitions. Element creatives build their wellbeing and resilience through art as they establish their adult lives.

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