No single organisation can independently tackle complex, systemic issues such as a crime and social exclusion. Collaboration is at the heart of how Khulisa works and many of our programmes operate in partnership with like-minded public, private and third-sector organisations. Our partnerships are firmly focused on delivering social impact, sustainable outcomes and innovation. We consistently receive feedback that one of our organisational strengths is our commitment to effective partnering; practicing what we preach and always bringing a collaborative, solutions-focused approach.

Khulisa is hugely grateful to our supporters who both fund and champion our work, with many of these organisations supporting us for nearly a decade. To discuss supporting Khulisa’s work, please contact our Development Director Cara Cinnamon (

Key Supporters

Cabinet Office

City Bridge Trust

Esmee Fairbairn

Evan Cornish Foundation

The Henry Smith Charity

John Lyon's Charity

The Charity’s mission is to promote the life-chances of children and young people through education.  John Lyons became a partner to Khulisa in March 2017 and their 3 year support will allow us to work with over 100 pupils in The Pavilion, a Pupil Referral Unit in Barnet, North London.

The Monument Trust

The Rank Foundation

Trust for London

Paul Hamlyn Foundation

Garfield Weston Foundation

Childhood Trust

John Ellerman Foundation

Robin Corbett Award

Key Partners

Ministry of Justice

Caritas Anchor House

Catalyst in Communities

Restorative Justice Council

Mind (City and Hackney)

Wales Restorative Approaches Partnership

The Foyer Federation

Only Connect

Restorative Justice for All

Working Chance

Reclaim Justice Network

Project Oracle

Make Justice Work

The 99% Campaign

The Centre for Social Justice

The Social Innovation Partnership

Centre for Justice Innovation

Criminal Justice Alliance

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