Our partner charities and community groups

Our Charity Partners

Hands On London partners with local charities, community organisations, schools, parks and gardens to help with the challenges facing our city. We providing high-quality programmes and volunteer support, creating opportunities for people to give their time. Our staff and volunteers work with each community partner to identify where help would be most beneficial,  We also manage larger projects or project programmes which allow volunteers to really make a positive difference to their community.

Are you interested in becoming a Hands On London partner?

To welcome you into our partner programme we will:

  • Learn about your organisation’s mission, purpose, values and history
  • Discuss with you how our members can help your work through flexible volunteering
  • Work with you to create opportunities that support your mission and meet your needs

In addition to supporting your immediate goals our programmes will introduce your organisation to corporate groups and volunteers who could become longer-term volunteers or donors. Many of our community partners have enjoyed the benefits from volunteer recruitment and gifts in kind.

Our partners can be faith-based organisations, as long as our projects support their secular missions. An example of this would be painting community areas or helping with a food bank open to the general public. We do not undertake projects involving fundraising or administrative work. There is no cost to become a Hands On London Community Partner.

All group projects are led by trained Hands On London project leaders. If you operate a charity, community group or non-profit organisation and feel that you would benefit from the support of our volunteers, please get in touch with us at info@handsonlondon.org.uk

Some of the partner organisations we have been privileged to work with:

Our partner organisations

Muswell Hill Soup Kitchen

Ronald McDonald Charities

Queens Wood Organic Garden

Blackfriars Settlement

Divine Rescue

AgeUK

Sweet Tree Farming for All

The Log Cabin

Crisis at Christmas