Welcoming partners, friends and allies in support of our work

Rising levels of homelessness and rough sleeping. One in four children living in poverty. Increasing use of food banks. Domestic violence. Trafficking. Record numbers of people fleeing conflict around the world. Challenging levels of need for health and social care. Rising demand for services and historic government cuts.The people we seek to help are affected by all of this and more - we need to work together to make a difference.

Many of our projects are delivered in partnership with other organisations who share our aims. We blend our services together to provide more holistic support. Through these collaborations we:
  • share our expertise and knowledge to help bring a rights-based approach to partners work;
  • work for change in our community through joint campaigns; and
  • bring in funding to strengthen small grassroots groups.

We aim to shift the emphasis of help for people from crisis response, to prevention, capacity building, and resilience. 

If you share our vision and approach and you think your organisation or community group could work with us on:

  • collaboration;
  • shared service delivery;
  • campaigning; and/or
  • training to your organisation

please email our CEO, Sue Bent [email protected]

What our partners say about us

Coventry Law Centre (CLC) has been at the forefront of thinking and action to protect and improve the prospects of the most disadvantaged people in our city. It has shown exceptional ability to analyse the issues and to work across sectors to create innovations that have real influence and support at the highest levels. These projects exemplify CLC’s ability to respond flexibly and creatively in a hostile environment, not merely surviving as an organization but going even further to deliver its mission.

Clare Wightman CEO Grapevine Coventry and Warwickshire

The Law Centre is the first place we turn to when issues arise. They are one of the very few places who can provide the right expertise because they understand the need for grassroots support in our inner city communities.

Fred Ratley, Faithfull Neighbourhoods, Birmingham

The staff at their local office in Sparkbrook have reached out to the local community and the demand for their services demonstrates the quality of their work….we are heartened by the Law Centre’s willingness to work in a collaborative way with organizations such as ourselves.

Trevor Allsopp, Birmingham People’s Centre