The Pilotlight effect
We’re constantly measuring our impact on both our Partner Charities and our Pilotlighters to make sure we’re delivering impact and value for all our stakeholders.
Creating value for our Partner Charities
Creating value for Pilotlighters
Generation Success is a social enterprise founded by current CEO James Adeleke in 2015. It aims to increase social mobility and provide young people from diverse backgrounds access to the UK and Ireland’s corporate sectors.
KeyRing supports people with learning disabilities, autism, and mental health problems to live independently. It is also the lead partner on the Ancora project. The Ancora project began in 2016, offering a combination of crisis support, long term training, peer support and case work for people in poverty in Oldham.
The Super Power Agency aims to improve the lives and literacy skills of some of Scotland’s most disadvantaged young people.
QPR in the Community Trust (QPRCT) is the charitable arm of QPR Football Club, based at Loftus Road Stadium in West London, and uses the power of football and sport to help young people achieve their potential.
TLC: Talk, Listen, Change came to Pilotlight in 2019 with ambitions and plans for the future. After completing the Pilotlight 360, the organisation has grown quicker than originally anticipated and the CEO, Michelle Hill, credits some of that to the power of Pilotlight.
It can often feel like it’s impossible to make meaningful changes in your local community - in particular in a year in which the world has struggled with unprecedented challenges.
Doorstep Library recruits and trains volunteers to go into some of the most disadvantaged areas in London to help introduce children from ages 0 to 11 to the pleasure of reading.
Croydon Mencap was established in 1952 to support local people with learning disabilities and their carers. Croydon Mencap's team reached out to Pilotlight for help to define a development strategy and to develop the Board. In hindsight, what the team really needed was permission to trust themselves!