Team Cally works with three main partners
The Cally Road is in the London Borough of Islington – London’s smallest borough. The council represents around 200,000 people, over six miles, between the City of London in the south and Haringey in the north.
Established up as an independent charity in 1891, the foundation offers grants and advice to residents and groups in Islington and parts of the City of London. Its main aims are to reduce poverty and inequality and increase opportunities for residents.
Bemerton Villages Management Organisation
A resident led group which manages housing services on the Bemerton estate, and hosts other services residents feel are important. It aims to improve quality of life on the Bemerton.
Team Cally also works with
Works on projects with artists and communities to create original artwork and promote the role of art in society. Based in Islington.
Connect – Help on your door step
Charity offering Islington residents help with finding work, training, childcare, and helping older people get the assistance they need. Services are offered at several locations across the borough.
Construction Youth Trust
National charity working with young people to help them find training, education and jobs in the construction industry.
Copenhagen Youth Project
Project aimed at helping Islington’s young people understand and take part in the regeneration of the area. CYP runs a youth club and football sessions.
Social enterprise planning to recruit local people as apprentices and train them to be cycle mechanics.
Project bringing together young people and local businesses to promote sustainability and build communities. Young people can get training opportunities, enjoy urban camping and work towards an accredited Btec.
Council-backed venue for Islington’s young people, providing a range of facilities and services from a gym and dance studio to help with job applications and volunteering opportunities.
Light Project International
Educational charity based in Islington which brings together volunteers and families from 35 countries. Runs a range of groups and projects, including language classes, a Saturday homework club and an over-50s group.
Organisation offering alternative education, training and youth work for young people in Islington and neighbouring boroughs. Sparkplug runs courses in motorbike and cycle maintenance.