High Trees are leading members of some of Lambeth’s most impactful voluntary and community sector partnerships.

Meaningful partnership working and contributing to a thriving sector is a core part of our work. We recognise that networks of strong voluntary and community sector organisations are needed to provide the support our communities need. As one of the larger local organisations, we now have extra capacity to support others and we are providing that support though partnership development, creating practical resources and providing direct mentoring and capacity building support.  

Over the last six years we have led the development of several partnerships: Building Young Brixton, Lambeth Peer Action Collective and Young Tulse Hill, and we have been founding members of two others – the Lambeth Community Hubs Network and Place for All. This year we have started work to build a new collaboration around community-led research in the form of the Lambeth Community Research Network.  

Our partnerships

Building Young Brixton

Building Young Brixton is a partnership of 9 charities led by High Trees, working to inspire and empower young people in Brixton to fulfil their ambitions and lead the lives that they want.

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Lambeth Peer Action Collective

The Lambeth Peer Action collective (LPAC) is a collective of young people and youth organisations working together to create better futures for young people in Lambeth through youth-led research and social action.

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Lambeth Community Hubs Network

Lambeth Community Hubs Network is a partnership of 5 community anchor charities in Lambeth that provide place-based provision in their local areas.

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Place For All

Place For All is a partnership between Baytree, High Trees and IRMO working towards a more equal and inclusive Lambeth by developing skills for life, work and civic participation.

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Lambeth Community Research Network

Lambeth Community Research Network aims to enable local communities to set research priorities, build collective power and to ensure a more equitable, informed, and accessible approach to research locally.

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Past partnerships

Find out about the previous partnerships High Trees has been involved in.