Partnership working has been a core part of Groundwork since our foundation in the 80s. Whether it's working with like-minded charities, forward-looking businesses or public sector partners it's an approach that means we can have the most impact on the ground.
Find out more about being how you can make a real difference in communities by becoming a Groundwork partner:Partner with Groundwork
National programmes, partnerships and initiatives:
Groundwork is administering a number of grant schemes on behalf of the Greater London Authority (GLA) to help London become an even greater city in which to live and work.
Support for 19-24-year-olds to help get them into employment, an apprenticeship or back into education.
Inspiring the next generation to get involved and preserve local park heritage.
Encouraging local communities to become more active. The programme is currently not open for applications.
Transforming outdoor spaces at care homes across the UK.
Up to £20,000 grants available to local business ideas.
Helping to support NEET young people across Coventry and Warwickshire.
Grants of up to £2000 for good causes within two miles of a One Stop shop.
Enterprise Camp for unemployed young people that developed skills and engaged employers.
Our Bright Future is youth-led environmental programme designed to help young people create a brighter, greener future.
Siemens UK Legal & Compliance team are working with Groundwork to improve green spaces in their local community.
Deutsche Bank interns are working with Groundwork to support young people and improve their prospects.
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