BTC Group - Frank, Suzie and the lovely team from the BTC Group are helping us to develop our online store.
London Flashmob is an organisation that coordinates flashmobs in London. We will be working with with London Flashmob to organise some fun flashmobs for Talk to me London day 2014
The Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA) is a membership organisation committed to finding innovative practical solutions to today's social challenges. We worked with the RSA's Connected Communities team to pilot the Talk to me London concept in New Cross, an area where the RSA had been working to trial and measure the effectivness of interventions that improve community connectedness. More recently we have been selected for support through the RSA Cataylst programme and we have received both funding and guidance for our kickstarter campaign.
James Bartlett is a freelance designer and web developer who developed the Talk to me website.
Adband supply customise products for companies and charities such as wristbands, clothing and of course badges! They very generously donated a few thousand badges towards our cause.
Student Hubs believes that students have the power and potential to shape a better world. Through its work with 22,000+ students, it inspires and supporters young people to get more involved with social and environmental issues enabling them them to become more sociall active citizens for life. Studenthubs has provided guidance to Talk to me London in setting up and has recently selected it for support as part of its social start-up incubator, HubCatalyst.
Social Fabric is a marketing and communications agency that helped us to come up with the idea of Talk to me London. It has provided us with a lot of invaluable advice to help us make our idea a reality!
Minimoko - Harry & Helen from a branding studio minimoko helped us come up with the Talk to me London name & logo - for which we’re forever grateful!
Youth in Action
Youth in Action is a programme run by the European Union that encourages young people to broaden their cultural horizons, develop new skills and grow as thoughtful citizens. Youth in Action gives support to projects run and delivered by young people and it has funded our Talk to me SE London project.