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Our Partners

Strong partnerships are key to the delivery of our mission.

We work with and share resources and expertise with youth clubs, art organisations, community groups, statutory agencies, and schools.

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Become a DreamArts Partner


We are always open to building new partnerships, and value sharing expertise and resources to support children and young people.

To find out more contact Chief Executive Graham Whitlock

Call: 020 3176 6766


Christie’s chose DreamArts as its Charity of the Year in 2018. Christie’s is a global art business who want to have a local impact on the lives of children and young people living in Westminster where their London auction house is based. This partnership includes hosting DreamArts projects as well as Charitie’s staff raising funds to support our work.

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We have been hugely impressed with the work they do. In particular it chimes that they focus on kids who are in our own community. They combine real local targeted focus with immensely professional and creative ways of making a practical difference to the most vulnerable kids."

Jilly Berry, CSR Committee

Westminster Early Help Service

DreamArts is a Core Partner working closely with the Early Help Service locality teams to support young people at risk of entering care and/or the youth justice system, and supporting those at risk of school exclusion.

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DreamArts provide a safe environment that builds confidence and enables young people to integrate more fully into their community."

Lisa Marcelle, Young People's Practitioner

Queen's Park Primary School

This leading Westminster primary school places wellbeing at the heart of all it does. They lead the Westminster Children's University initiative which encourages and accredits children with getting involved in positive activities in and outside of school.

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I’ve seen pupils grow in confidence at DreamArts and also at school. I’m very impressed with the complex themes they’re dealing with in the pieces, it’s a brilliant way for them to share their ideas and experiences around belonging, friendship, tolerance and exploring these themes within the real and imaginary world. "

Stella Wilson, Wellbeing and Partnership Co-ordinator

Rainbow Family Centre

Part of Westminster Society for People with Learning Disabilities, Rainbow is a long term partner for our work with those with special needs.

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Members gained confidence, turn-taking, volunteered responses as opposed to being prompted, increased concentration and recalled in detail all the work they do with DreamArts."

Rainbow Children's Centre

The Cockpit Theatre / City of Westminster College

Venue and partner for our ongoing provision for children and young people in Church Street.

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DreamArts galvanise local children and young people in a way few other arts companies can."

Dave Wybrow, Director, The Cockpit Theatre

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