Our partners

We can’t do what we do alone. Our strong partnerships and close working relationships with many local and national organisations and people are key to our past and continued success. We are deeply embedded in the Winchester community, and care deeply about making a positive impact whenever we can. We are stronger together.

We are delighted to work alongside:


Gentian is a Winchester-based property developer and investor specialising in retail and commercial developments and town centre regeneration. 

Gentian actively supports the communities surrounding its offices and property developments by providing financial support to local charities, community groups, sports teams, schools and other educational establishments.

Hope Street

One Small Thing is a charity which set up Hope Street, a Southampton-based project which is hoped to become a blueprint for other areas of the country and a centre of excellence for seeking to improve the position of women and their children within the justice system. 

Trinity Winchester

Trinity provides vital practical and emotional support to over 600 people each year who are experiencing the effects of homelessness or vulnerability to the effects of homelessness, addiction, physical and mental ill health, poverty, social isolation and domestic abuse. A dedicated Women’s Service sees around 150 women each year. We support them to make positive change to their lives and in many cases break free from the damaging cycle of domestic abuse.

University of Winchester

The University of Winchester has been educating students for over 180 years, founded in 1840 by the Church of England to train teachers working in disadvantaged communities. The University has grown to be a community of over 8,000 students and nearly 1,000 members of staff. Graduates from the University work in some of the most challenging areas of public life, treating and caring for those who are ill or in need of social care, educating children and young people and working in public service in areas such as policing. They ensure that we continue our national leadership in arts and culture, protect our heritage and environment and contribute to the growth of the economy by becoming ethical and innovative business leaders. The University works in partnership with Winchester Rotary on a number of fronts including a scholarship for students from Uganda and support for the Clarendon Marathon.

Winchester Action on the Climate Crisis

Winchester Action on the Climate Crisis (WinACC) is a local charity. We work to bring communities, Councils, organisations and people together in Winchester District to respond to the climate crisis and create positive, sustainable change.

The most important thing you can do for climate change is be part of the community tackling it‘ Alex Clayton, WinACC Chair of Trustees.

Winchester Cathedral

Winchester Cathedral has been at the heart of the city for the past 1000 years.  This house of prayer combines ancient traditions of worship and welcome with a modern approach to the creative arts and visitor engagement.  The charitable purposes of the Cathedral are simple and ambitious: to promote the gospel and to conserve the heritage of the estate.  The daily life of the Cathedral is lively and diverse including learning for all ages, guided tours for visitors, concerts and art exhibitions, talks and events that serve the wider community. There is something for everyone, for people of all faiths or none: all are welcome. 

Winchester City Council

Winchester City Council serves an estimated population of 134,000 residents. It manages a wide variety of services. We have responsibility for planning, housing, waste collection, Council Tax and Business Rates collection, leisure services, tourism, benefits administration and many more services.

Winchester Hospice

Winchester Hospice provides specialist palliative and end of life care to adults with life limiting illness who live in Winchester and the surrounding villages. Its dedicated team supports patients to live a life as full as possible in an environment that enhances well-being, privacy, and care. To offer this care, the hospice has a close working partnership with Hampshire Hospitals specialist palliative care service, community, and hospital teams, as well as community care teams and GPs.

Winchester Round Table

Winchester Round Table is a group of guys who live in the Winchester area of Hampshire, aged 18 to 45, meeting at least twice a month and make a difference to the city and surrounding area. Members want to use their professional skills for charity work, meet new friends and do more in life. They are part of the Round Table movement, which has formed fellowships and community charitable organisations in locations across the UK and around the world.

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