Spice works in partnership with The Young Foundation and with many other progressive organisations and funders, only collectively can we achieve meaningful change.
The Young Foundation
Think & Do Tank that initiates new social ventures such as the Open University, Which? School for Social Entrepreneurs and Healthline (the precursor of NHS Direct).
The Young Foundation is Spice's strategic partner, supporting our development in England.
Charity headed by Geoff Thomas which develops Timebanking in communities in Wales.
Timebanking Wales was formed at the same time as Spice, and focuses on working with community anchor organisations in the Welsh valleys.
Progressive grant-making organisation. Primary interests include the arts, education and learning, the environment and enabling disadvantaged people to participate fully in society.
Esmee Fairbairn has supported the strategic development of our work in England.
The Welsh Assembly Government
The first principle of Welsh Assembly's (Making The Connections) Strategy for public service reform is to put 'Citizens at the Centre' and involved communities in co-designing services.
The Assembly Government is funding our work in empowering communities and organisations with regards to environmental sustainability.
The Public Sector Innovation Lab headed by Phil Colligan at NESTA is applying its expertise to find innovative
ways of delivering our public services.
NESTA is supporting Spice to develop in England.