Current Collaborators

We can go further and faster; together. This means we love working with organisations that share our collaborative spirit and who align with our vision to improve equality and diversity outcomes across England.

Chelsea Football CLUB

Our Founder, Paul, is proud to be Chelsea’s first black first team player.  CFC play their home matches at Stamford Bridge and the largest hospitality area, which spans the length of the famous “Shed End” is now called The Paul Canoville Suite in tribute to Paul’s positive impact on the history of the Club, particularly in terms of paving the way for a multitude of other players of colour that followed in his footsteps.

United Learning

United Learning are a group of schools which aim to provide excellent education to children and young people across the country. They seek to improve the life chances of all the children and young people they serve and make it their mission to bring out ‘the best in everyone’ – students, staff, parents and the wider community. Uniquely, their Group includes significant numbers of schools in both the public and the private sectors, working together for mutual benefit.

The Hope Collective

The Hope Collective is a powerful partnership of cross-sector organisations with aligned values and a shared vision; to work together in a spirit of unity to create real change for young people and communities across the UK.

Black Equity Organisation

The Black Equity Organisation exist to promote economic, legal, social and political equity for Black communities in Britain in order to ensure equal opportunity for progress and prosperity.

Their efforts will endorse and amplify Black voices, Black talent, Black enterprise and Black greatness in Britain.

They are here to be a powerful advocate for Black people in the UK and work toward the dismantling of systemic racism in our society.


The Professional Footballers’ Association is the union for all current and former footballers and scholars in the Premier League, the FA Women’s Super League and the English Football Leagues.

They believe in the unifying power of football in society, and are committed to empowering footballers to recognise their value as people, not just players.