IRMO relies on the generous support of a number of fantastic trusts, foundations and other organisations.
- BBC Children in Need
- B&CE’s Charitable Trust
- City Bridge Trust
- European Commission – Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme
- Garfield Weston Foundation
- GLA – European Londoners Outreach
- GLA – Mayor’s Young Londoners Fund
- Good Things Foundation
- London Catalyst
- The London Community Foundation
- The National Lottery Community Fund
- Trust for London
- Trusthouse Charitable Foundation
- Walcot Foundation
- Young Lambeth Coop
If you are interested in supporting our work, we would love to hear from you. As we work across a broad range of issues relating to Latin Americans in the UK, you can support IRMO in a number of ways.
We recognise that Trusts and Foundations sometimes have specific interests and objectives and are happy to work with you to help meet these. For more information, please contact email@example.com
Building Young Brixton Consortium Partners
The Consortium is a collective of 7 Lambeth based organisations providing a broad and diverse offer for young people. Each partner brings a specific geographical and thematic focus enabling us to cater for a range of needs, interests and target audiences. Through this consortium we will enable a broader range of progression opportunities and outcomes for young people both within the consortium and beyond.
- Baytree Centre
- High Trees Community Development Trust
- Spiral Skills
- Ebony Horse Club
- The Advocacy Academy
- Marcus Lipton Community Enterprise
EU-Latin Americans Mobile and Participating (EU LAMP)
The project seeks to enhance the social, economic and civic participation of Latin Americans with an EU passport in the UK. The initiative involves a pre-departure orientation programme in Portugal, and advice and information workshops on EU rights and Brexit, and one-stop-shop advice surgeries to connect new arrivals with any support they may need in the process of integration in the UK.
We also work in partnership and in collaboration with a number of other organisations, sharing best practice and learnings and ensuring that our programmes fit with other service provision for the Latin American community.
IRMO is part of the following networks/groups: