These are some of the great organisations we have worked with or are working with now.
Work with the Co-op on Fundraising Events
Infinity Addiction Solutions Ltd
Gordon Moody Association
4in10 Child Poverty Charity
The Hive (in Fife)
We are honoured to be a partner of THE HIVE (in Fife). We look forward to a great working relationship. We will be delivering their Gambling Awareness workshop to over 1000 young adults over the next 12 months, in partnership with THE HIVE Social Care training provider. The Hive is a family run business that has developed a truly unique range of CBT based programmes to support people with experiences that can prove to be disadvantageous.
Update December 2018
National Citizen Service (NCS)
National Citizen Service (NCS) is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that helps young people build skills for work and life, embark on new challenges, meet new people and contribute to their local community. Click here to check out National Citizen Service’s website.
Impressionable Minds provides workshops, interactive sessions and presentations to school children from Year 5 (KS2) through to KS5 (aged 9-18). We will be teaming up with them to deliver joint workshops at schools. The topics we’ll be covering include gambling, crime, gangs, and substance misuse.
We will be teaming up with Drugsline to raise awareness of cross addictions and multiple addictions, as we are fully aware of the links between substance misuse and gambling addiction. Tony Kelly [CEO] and Steve Merrit [CEO] are both passionate about what they do, and will always be available to deliver talks/presentations on drug and gambling addiction. To see their post about working with us, click here
The Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA)
Steps Together Rehab
Steps Together Rehab are a residential addiction treatment centre in Nottinghamshire. We are developing a partnership with Steps Together to widen their scope to include gambling addiction.
Parish of St George
The Parish of St George’s, Enfield, have provided support and use of meeting facilities. In October Red Card were featured in the parish magazine.
Gambling Watch UK
Gambling Watch UK have the same aims as Red Card and both organisations are keen to find ways of working together.
Responsible Gambling Trust
Tony Kelly has been working directly with Responsible Gambling Trust to investigate and identify gambling related harm
Street Games launched in 2007 to change lives, change communities and change sport. Red Card has been associated with Street Games since September 2015.
Bridge Renewal Trust
RED CARD delivered a gambling awareness workshop to Bridge renewal trust in May 2021. This was delivered to their mental health department including clients and staff and was warmly received. We will be delivering more workshops in the future so we can highlight the links between mental health and gambling addiction.
National Citizen Service
We are working with NCS and their young service users [15-17] year old’s in partnership, educating them on gambling harm and prevention.
RED CARD and NCS working together in Barnet/Dagenham/Tottenham/Enfield
Delivering gambling awareness workshops and to staff and young people who represent NCS.
Enfield Borough FC
RED CARD has partnered with Enfield borough f to deliver educational gambling awareness workshops to all their staff and players.
The first workshop was delivered in May 2021. This will continue on an annual basis and highlight problem gambling at semi- professional football clubs.
RED CARD collaborates with Enfield council consulting on social issues within the borough and are currently looking at ways to deliver gambling awareness to all the schools in the brough. This will be funded by the council. We hold meetings with council members and other partner agencies to highlight problem gambling in Enfield.
RED CARD and Safetonet have collaborated on the problems regarding prevention of gambling harm on the internet and virtual gaming.
RED CARD founder Tony Kelly delivered a powerful podcast for Safetonet highlighting his story and the problems we face within the industry in terms of protecting young people from gambling harm. The podcast i available via YouTube and Spotify as well as on Safetonet website.
ProFormance Pathways is a non-profit community interest company whose aim is to positively affect children and young people across London and the home counties, using sport, education and mentoring projects to inspire, protect and motivate.
ProFormance Pathways will be working closely with Red Card to support delivery of their gambling education and awareness workshops in schools around the country. They will also be working together on new projects surrounding the gambling industry and education for young people to help decrease the numbers of problem gamblers.
Be Gamble Aware
SGEN Scottish Gambling Education Network
The Scottish Gambling Education Network (SGEN) is the voice of gambling education in Scotland. It brings together people and organisations from a variety of education and health settings across Scotland. It exists to share best practice, provide support and help establish, sustain and expand local gambling education projects.
The Gambling Commission
The Gambling Commission regulates most types of gambling in Great Britain, including The National Lottery in the UK.
They also license the individuals and businesses that offer gambling and provide them with advice and guidance.
National Lottery Community Fund
The National Lottery raises money for good causes. People use this funding to do extraordinary things, taking the lead
to improve their lives and communities.
Communities come in all shapes and sizes, and National Lottery funding is there for everyone.
Better Change CIC
Better Change has three separate areas of focus which when brought together, deliver true, better change:
- Intervention strategies for problem gamblers
- Operator’s internal infrastructures
- External messaging for players and regulators
Better Change is passionate and committed to only ever bringing fresh approaches built on clinical science and research in to gambling addiction.