Our Charitable work focuses on the rehabilitation of offenders, particularly young offenders, both in prison and after release and helping young people at risk of criminal involvement to stay out of trouble.Charitable Grants
Switchback effects real, lasting change through consistent, motivational relationships with a Switchback Mentor on both sides of the prison gate. We support young Londoners to change their relationship with society.
We share what we have learned to inspire change across the justice system and beyond.
Switchback Trainees are five times less likely to return to custody.Switchback
Since 1995, the Weavers’ Company has developed a long-term relationship with three Primary Schools in inner city London. The schools all present different and challenging issues but inevitably have a high degree of free school meals, high levels of mobility and have, or have experienced a poor position in league tables.Our schools
Weavers’ House is the Almshouse owned by the Company in Wanstead and with 38 flats it currently provides accommodation for 42 residents.Weavers' House
The Worshipful Company of Weavers is constituted by Royal Charter and the present Charter was granted by Queen Anne on the 17th November 1707. The Company is governed by the Upper Bailiff, the Renter Bailiff, two Wardens and a Court of Assistants, supported by a number of specialist committees.Read more
The Worshipful Company of Weavers is the oldest recorded Livery Company within the City of London, dating back to at least 1130. Its long distinguished history remains entwined with the story of London and the British Textile Industry.Read more