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Supporting the wider community

At Rede we are passionate about giving back to the wider community. Via our work with chosen charities and sustainability measures we strive to have a positive impact on the world around us.


We support grassroots charities in London and New York through fundraising and volunteering activities.


We partner with our charities to give support in strategy making, skill sharing and material creation.


We are committed to being a carbon-neutral company.


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The Museum of Homelessness (MoH) is a social justice museum created in 2015. MoH tackles the prejudice and stigma of homelessness through educating the public and by highlighting the voices of homeless people through events, workshops, exhibitions and research. The museum doesn’t have its own building yet, but in the last few years has worked nationally to share its events, research, campaigns and exhibitions.

The museum has been created and is developed by people with direct experience of homelessness to collect and share the art, history and culture of homelessness and housing to change society today. MoH is intentionally a change making organisation and believes that its work must lead to action.

MoH is currently based in offices in Brixton and its early stages of development have been supported by Rede Partners, as it moves from being an idea to a fully resourced organisation with staff and volunteers. After four years of ground-breaking work, the Museum has now begun planning the world’s first residential museum run by people affected by homelessness.

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ReachOut is a mentoring charity working with 9-18year olds from disadvantaged backgrounds in London and Manchester. Young people are referred to ReachOut by their schools because they are disengaged or underachieving. ReachOut helps them to develop their character and improve their academic attainment through long-term, one-to-one mentoring with positive, volunteer role models.

ReachOut works in schools where over 50% of the students are eligible for free school meals and mentees meet weekly with their mentors at after-school projects that take place in their schools.  The mentees work one-to-one with their mentors to improve their numeracy and literacy as well as taking part in fun, group activities to improve on the four ReachOut character strengths: self-control, staying power, good judgement and fairness.  ReachOut gives disadvantaged young people the individual support they need to achieve their potential and go on to lead good and happy lives.

Since 2011, 69% of mentees receiving free school meals achieved 5 A*-Cs at GCSE, compared to just 34% nationwide. Furthermore, more than 99% mentees are in education, training or employment 6 months after leaving Year 11, and 100% of teachers worked with said that ReachOut had a positive effect on pupils’ personal development.

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DreamYard collaborates with Bronx Youth, families and schools to build pathways to equity and opportunity through the arts. 

DreamYard was established in 1994 and started as an idea sparked by a group of young people who wrote a play about a place where children could go to dream. In 1999, DreamYard chose to work entirely in the Bronx because of the generational need and the belief that the organization could most effectively impact change with limited resources if we focused our work in one community. 

The charities programs develop artistic voice, nurture young peoples' desire to make change and cultivate the skills necessary to reach positive goals. DreamYard believe that people in the Bronx need a continuous set of support to help them towards positive outcomes as they navigate their educational pathway. 

DreamYard are the first charity collaboration of Rede's since our New York office opened in 2018.

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Rede Partners is proud to partner with Impetus, an organisation which is transforming the lives of disadvantaged young people. Through its unique approach, Impetus is the driving force behind great charities turning them into sector-leading organisations. They find, fund and build promising charities through long-term core funding and tailored support from its’ dedicated team of experts.

Impetus has a portfolio of almost 20 UK charities who provide direct support to young people from disadvantaged backgrounds. Impetus works shoulder-to-shoulder with the charity leaders and gives them access to a world-class pro bono network so that their charities help more disadvantaged young people stay in school, secure qualifications and skills and find jobs for the long term.

We know that our support always goes where it will do the most good, to backing the very best organisations helping disadvantaged young people to succeed. We are delighted to be able to give this gold standard charity our ongoing support.

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Little Village

Little Village supports families with babies and children under five living in poverty across London.  We run a baby bank network, collecting, sorting and passing on pre-loved clothes and equipment.  Parents are also supported by our dedicated signposting and guidance team, who offer advice and links to other services. In addition, we work with families to share their stories and campaign to fix the systems that trap them in poverty. 

Little Village is based in London, with hubs in Camden, Wandsworth, Southwark, Brent, Hackney and Hounslow.

Since launch in 2016, they have supported over 25,000 children across London.