St Paul's Institute

Organisations, Friends and Partners

The St Paul's Institute works and collaborates with a number of different organisations that work in a variety of areas, many with a slightly different focus from our own. If you can't find what you are looking for on our website, please use the links below as some of these organisations may be able to help you.
If you are an organisation and would like to be included on this page, please let us know by writing to us at

The AICPA is the most influential body of professional accountants in the world, working across 179 countries and serving 650,000 accountants. Their mission is to drive a dynamic accounting profession so that it is ready to meet the demands of an ever changing world.

A Blueprint for Better Business 

A Blueprint for Better Business exists to support businesses to be a force for good. They do this by encouraging companies to have a purpose that serves society, respects human dignity and generates a fair return for responsible investors. 

Based in the heart of the business community, the Canary Wharf Multifaith Chaplaincy exists to provide companies and individuals with spiritual support in the workplace. They are there to listen, provide guidance and act as faith advisers for anyone who needs it, regardless of religious beliefs.  

CTC equip churches to transform their communities - through the practices of community organising, theological reflection and prayer. They also help them to use their resources more effectively for this mission.

City Sikhs

City Sikhs is a platform for Sikh and South Asian professionals which promotes networking, education and volunteering. It provides individuals with an opportunity to connect with the worldwide professional Sikh community. 


Ecumenical Council for Corporate Responsibility

The Ecumenical Council for Corporate Responsibility (ECCR) is a church-based investor coalition and membership organisation working for economic justice, human rights and environmental sustainability. It undertakes research, advocacy and awareness raising on corporate and investor responsibility.

The Faiths Forum for London seeks to empower religious communities to work together in promoting mutual understanding within local communities. The forum is made up of leaders from nine faith traditions who all come together to discuss issues facing London and its religious groups. 

Five Talents UK

Since their foundation in 2006, Five Talents have worked with 35,000 households in rural areas of East Africa to help poor families to grow their incomes. By giving communities the skills they need to grow their small businesses, they are able to send their children to school, access healthcare and benefit from three meals a day.

Girls Talk London connects women and girls with FTSE 100 businesses & brands to help them develop the skills & confidence to succeed in the workplace & life. They achieve this through delivering bespoke programmes, events, digital content & consultancy with partners that include BT, O2, Vodafone, Sky, Ericsson, Estee Lauder & Gowling WLG.

JustShare is a coalition of churches, charities and other organisations committed to equal global development and social justice. They are seeking to promote a just share of the world's resources for everyone and host lectures, debates and seminars to promote change in the City of London.


St Ethelburga's seeks to be a 'maker of peacemakers' and works to inspire and equip communities and individuals to activate a global culture of peace. They offer training and conflict resolution within communities, acting as a hub of expertise and innovative practice to influence policy makers, faith communities and academia. 

Tearfund is a Christian charity passionate about ending poverty. They work internationally helping to develop communities, respond to disasters, envision local churches and influence and change policy. 


A public theology think tank providing alternative perspectives to secular culture and public opinion. Providing some really great reports on various topics of theological concern, as well as a number of interesting events and lectures.

Together for the Common Good is an emerging movement bringing alive the principle of the Common Good and encouraging people of goodwill to work together across their differences. T4CG aims to help build the capacity of the churches to break down barriers, rebuild community and restore social trust through networking, public debates, online resources and training in Common Good Thinking.  

William Temple Foundation

The William Temple Foundation is a research and ideas hub, shaping the debate on religion in public life.  Since 1947 they have sought to connect Christian social concerns to the realities of the secular world.