Who we support
Proudly supporting charities, campaigns and events.

Who we support: Proudly supporting charities, campaigns and events.

  • Supported & built by Artlogic

    We are proud to support several international charities, campaigns and events whose websites were built and sponsored by Artlogic. View a selection of the organisations we support below.


  • Friends of Salaam Baalak Trust

    The FoSBT raises funds and awareness for the Salaam Baalak Trust which is an Indian charity providing vital shelter, health and education services to street children in Delhi and Mumbai. The Friends also provide expertise and direct help on projects for the Trust in India. 

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  • The Commonwealth Equality Network

    Established in 2013, The Commonwealth Equality Network is a network of civil society organisations working to challenge inequality in the Commonwealth, based on sexual orientation and gender identity. 

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  • Kaleidoscope Trust

    The Kaleidoscope Trust works to uphold the human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transexual people internationally.

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  • Supported by Artlogic

    We proudly sponsor and support other organisations whose websites were not built by Artlogic.

  • Oasis Hub Waterloo

    Artlogic is proud to support the work of Oasis Waterloo, a community building charity based in Central London that provides youth and children’s work, family support services, crisis care, advice and support work, a local community farm, a social enterprise coffee house, education through its primary and secondary schools and so much more. You can find out more about the exciting work of Oasis Waterloo by visiting www.oasiswaterloo.org

  • Oasis works around the UK delivering a range of projects and services that help tackle social injustice in all forms.  Oasis Waterloo seeks to tackle disadvantage and respond to issues of equality and inclusion. They do this by offering youth mentoring to young people who need additional support, by operating two completely inclusive community schools, by leading societal change around LGBT inclusion and BAME leadership in education, and pioneering long term advocacy programmes such as their debt advice centre.  

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