Where possible Holywell Trust works in partnership with like-minded organisations to deliver our work and maximise the benefit for the community in the North West. Below are examples of some of the partnerships that our organisation is actively involved in. 
Holywell Trust receives core funding support from the Community Relations Council in partnership with The Junction

Our organisations work closely together to deliver an agreed workplan. 

We have been funded in this way for the last number of years and our collaborative approach enables us to maximise the community relations impact that our organisations make. 
Holywell Trust is the lead partner of the DiverseCity Community Partnership (DCCP) - a collective of 8 organisations from Derry/Londonderry working to develop an innovative, collaborative culture and to develop new models of working together.

The partner groups are modelling the type of society in which we want to live: 
  • Celebrate difference - everyone is treated with respect.
  • Promote positive health and well being.
  • To proactively challenge all forms of discrimination and inequality.

Holywell Trust is working in partnership with Schos Ltd. and Walled City Music to redevelop St. Columb's Hall - an architectural gem at the heart of the city. 

Holywell's role will be to engage with the local community and interested groups and organisations to help inform and shape the redevelopment of the resource. 
We work in partnership with Inner City Trust to programme the Garden of Reflection space at the rear of our building. 

During the Spring and Summer months we hold a range of events including community lunches, screenings, music performances and talks. 

The Garden of Reflection was created through funding from the PEACE II Programme administered by SEUPB. 
We are working in partnership with The Playhouse, Thomas D'Arcy McGee Foundation and Queen's University on the delivery of the Theatre and Peace Building Academy project. 

This is a Peace IV funded initiative that will use theatre and the creative arts as tools to explore community relations issues in a safe and accessible environment, promoting healing and reconciliation in a liberating, healing and transformative way.