Well London Alliance Partners
Development of Well London has been supported by Big Lottery Wellbeing funding and the Greater London Authority (GLA) has acted as accountable body and overall Programme Management for the Lottery funding since 2007.
Research, evaluation and development
The Institute for Health and Human Development at UEL leads on Research and Evaluation, Community Engagement and Development of the Well London model.
The Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) manages the Well London Training Communities project , including providing bespoke training for the Well London Delivery Teams.
South London And Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (SLaM) deliver DIY Happiness training for residents living in the Well London areas. The training is based upon their Wheel of Well-being and aims to enable residents to deliver activities that will improve the mental well-being of their local community.
London Sustainability Exchange (LSx) provide a range of learning and networking events for Well London Coordinators, Volunteers and Delivery organisations - bringing people together from across all Well London neighbourhoods
Physical activity, young people and children
Central YMCA provides Well London Activator Training which provides local resident volunteers with the knowledge and skills to motivate local people to take up physical activity opportunities.
Open spaces and environment
Groundwork London provides Well London Healthy Spaces training and support which provides local residents with the skills to improve their local neighbourhood environment.
Training Young Apprentices