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Our Partners

Partnerships with impact

Circle Collective is supported by a number of fantastic organisations that care about the futures of young people. Circle Collective offers the chance to invest, rather than just donate. There are many ways that businesses can be involved in the important work we do.

We develop meaningful connections and partnerships with socially responsible organisations, in order to create lasting legacies. These partnerships have a significant impact on the lives of young people.

How the programme works for business


Access to a diverse workforce
o Access to talent that would otherwise be missed
o Access to work-ready young people

Delivering Employer Insight Days

o Hosting a group of young people for the day
Opportunity for staff volunteering at Circle, delivering mock interviews, workshops, assistance in CV writing
Facilitated either onsite or at a Circle Community office

Offer Work Experience or Workplace Shadowing

Give a young person the opportunity to experience working for your company

Fund a Training Programme for a Young Person

It costs just £1,200 to fund a young person through our training programme


Have the chance of getting your company brand displayed on the Circle Collective website and on products, awards and retailing
Attend events as a partner of Circle Collective.

Our Partners and Funders

We are proudly supported by the following organisations, without them, our work would not be possible:  


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Life Chances Campaign

Circle Collective is a delivery partner for East End Community Foundation’s Life Chances campaign, which supports young people’s wellbeing and employment. Whilst the East End is one of the most diverse and vibrant areas of London, it has some of the highest levels of poverty amongst children and older people in the country. The pandemic has exacerbated these inequalities, meaning the East End has been the hardest hit by unemployment, loneliness, deprivation and social exclusion. A quarter of 18-24-year-olds were furloughed or lost their jobs during the pandemic and 1 in 6 are experiencing poor mental health. Vulnerable young people lack safe spaces and are at higher risk of engaging in gangs, substance misuse and other harmful practices.

Through the Life Chances Campaign we are working to tackle these issues by providing the targeted support young people need to increase confidence and develop key skills to improve their employment opportunities.

Find out more about Life Chances here.

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